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CRM7 - How do I Read in the Main Catagory for selected row in IC inbox

Hi experts,

I am using the BAdi "CRM_IC_INBOX_BADI", method "XABLE_BUTTONS_FOR_SELECTION" to disable certain buttons depending on the main catagory of the row selected from the IC inbox.

The problem I have is I don't know how to use the appropriate classes / methods to obtain what I need. I should also point out were only interested in single selected rows as multiple rows are excluded.

If I place a breakpoint in the method and then select a row in the IC inbox the BAdi is triggered. The BAdi has an import parameter "I_SELECTED_INBOX_ITEMS" which is of type "CL_CRM_BOL_ENTITY_COOL" and when I click on this I can see all the attributes. The attribute I'm interested in here is "ENTITY_LIST" and If I click on ENTITY_LIST another BO reference is shown "->{0:4800*\CLASS=CL_CRM_AUI_ONEORDER} which has the attribute "GV_MAINCATEGORY" which I would like to read in. Can anyone help or offer some sample code?

Thanks in advance,

Chris

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2013 at 03:26 PM

    Hello, Chris.

    Try something like this:

    DATA: lr_item TYPE REF TO cl_crm_aui_oneorder,            lv_maincategory TYPE CRMT_AUI_MAINCAT.try.  lr_item ?= i_selected_inbox_items->get_first( ).  lv_maincategory = lr_item->gv_maincategory. //as far as it is a public attributecatch cx_root.endtry.
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    • Former Member Sigrid Wieshofer

      Hi Sigrid,

      I now understand I can't read the main category for a work item.

      What I've done is to read in the item type for any work items that are selected.

      data: lr_wrkitm type ref to cl_crm_aui_entity,

      lv_item_type type crmt_aui_item_type.

      lr_wrkitm ?= i_selected_inbox_items->if_bol_col_entity~get_first.

      lv_item_type = lr_wrkitm->get_property_as_string( iv_attr_name = 'ITEM_TYPE' ).

      Thanks and regards,

      Chris

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