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Hi,

I understand that we could create an Application Configuration for an existing standard WDA Application and modify the attributes of the UI elements in the component. I encountered a scenario, where I had embedded views as elements. I am unable to go down further to the elements of this view.

For example, I am running Applciation FITE_EXPENSES. But from the configuration I dont have access to component FITE_VC_GENERAL_DATA.

Below is the Technical settings of the view that I see when I run applciation - FITE_EXPENSES

Application: FITE_EXPENSES

Web Dynpro Component: FITE_VC_GENERAL_DATA

Window Information: VC_WINDOW

View Information: GENERAL_DATA_VIEW

Configuration ID: 54F1EDF2E1D0F52D21CD1176684E582A

Can anyone suggest please.

Thanks.

Gandolf.

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Former Member replied

Hi,

you can easily hide text view, inputfields, etc from standard webdynpro abap screens....no coding required....

I just tested this in one of my sandbox and it worked fine for me....

go to your standard component...open up the view you want to hide some fields from....click on the button called "Ehance(ctrl+F4) "

create your enhancement...follow the screens...just like normal enhancement for any other standanrd programs....

after that....now say you want to hide an input field with the label....so what you do is click on that label....soon after you click on the label....you will see on the right side where it says "ROOTUIELEMENTCONTAINER" the label is high lighted in "orange color" mine is orange and i think it is standard...so you might see orange too... so right click on this high lighted element and you will see the option of "Remove Element" click this option....do not worry you are not removing anything....now if you want to put back this label....you can select this element again...right click on it....and you will see the option of "undo Deletion"....select this option to put back the hidden element.....remember to right click on the orange high light element under the rootuielementcontainer and not on the screen itself where you see the ui element...

that is all....this way you can hide anything you want from the standard screen....enhancement framework gives you this option to remove and undo deletion of a particular element....without doing any coding....

hope this helps....what i suggest you is do this in your sand box or any other box you have for testing prior to doing this in your development box....just to get some practice and to get used to it....

thanks...

AS....

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