SAP CRM — Create a Custom BOL for WEB-IC

BOLBusiness Object Layer.

Usually we no need to build a BOL object. We will end up changing the existing BOL. I came across a situation that I need a screen for a component and create a screen for add/ modify and search the Z table.

In this post let us see how we create a custom BOL object for a Z table. Once this bol is create we need to add this bol in the custom view and show that on the screen. For now let us see how we can create a custom BOL.

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SAP CRM Web-IC Introduction

     Sap web interaction center is new in the latest version of CRM. SAP moved from the win client to the web client. From CRM 2007 they moved all the user’s interaction to the web.

    Web-IC development is almost like web dynpro but you cannot use all  the elements that you can use in the web dynpro. This has a different development tool.

You have to use the t-code bsp_wd_cmpwb(bsp web dynpro component work bench) to view or mdoify or create the web-ic component.

  If you want to modify or create a new screens in the web-ic then you need to develop thru this work bench.

   Most of the time all you have to  do is do a Enhancement to the existing component. All the screen in the web-ic are configurable. This is the best part you can rearrange or change the label and other thing in the screen  with configuration. There is no coding at all.
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SAP CRM Extend fields created by EEWB to Web-IC

In this post let us see how we can extend the fields that we created using the EEWB to web-IC.

How to use the EEWB click here.

Once the field is create this will display in the win client immediately. Now in the web-ic we wont be able to see the new fields. We need to extend the fields in to the web-ic screen.

If you are new to the WEB-IC you need to do the following.(I will write from the beginning of how to do that in a different post).

1. find the CRM component and the view name with in the component.

2. go to the component work bench (using the t-code BSP_WD_CMPWB).

3. enter the component name and hit display.

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