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HOW Save operation Executing ESS Employe Profile.

Hello Experts,

We are trying to call some custom FM after success of any sub-type edit screen(Ex: Infotype6- sub-type 1) SAVE operation in ESS personal profile application.

As each subtype Detail screen using two and more UIBB’s we are unable to catch exactly after which step(Method) we need call our custom FM to update data in ECC.

We are trying to write custom code in post method as enhancement in feeder class-> process_event(As most of the detail screen developed using feeder class with form_UIBB) method but we are not able to read current subtype edit record data and also we are not having clue about save action completed successfully or any error occur happen .

Can help us exactly in which block we can write some custom code to update (Custom data) data in ECC after SAVE operation completed.

Thanks for your Time and Help

Regards

Mallikarjuna.P

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 07:55 PM
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    • Former Member Siddharth Rajora

      Hello siddharth,

      thanks for your valuble time and inputs.

      we have altered subtype record before save action. Thanks for your inputs.

      Now i am trying to show custom success message with parameters from updated record.

      Trying to modify the class , CL_HRESS_TRANSACTION, but its not allowing to enhance the method:EVALUATE_SAVE_INTERNAL due to some frame work error. pls check attached screenshot.

      Can you help us where we can add custom success message with saved record values ... like Mian bank(sub type name:Main bank) record/details saved with start date &2 (&2 replace with begda of record).

      Once again thanks for your valuable time and inputs.

      Regards

      Mallikarjuna P

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