Features are one of the ways in which SAP turns structured logic into something configurable. Typically, features use enterprise personnel fields (such as those from IT0001) to determine a default value. There are times, however, when the standard feature is not enough to meet your business requirements. This can happen if your business logic requires fields which are not available in the feature, or if your business logic is complex enough or long enough that it does not fit in , or becomes too confusing to work with, the feature. Fortunately, SAP provides ways to get the default values you need. We’ll take a quick look at the second scenario, where SAP allows you to call an ABAP program to accommodate your logic. Read more.
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The newest flavor of Employee Self-Service (ESS) built using Web Dynpro ABAP (WDA) delivered in EHP5+ allows for streamlined configuration of UI elements compared to previous enhancement packages. Now your PA20/30/40 and ESS screens share more configuration tables, which makes many types of screen changes less painful.
1) Open view V_T591C in TCODE SM30. Scroll down to Infotype 0105, subtype 0020. With the “Long_ID” unchecked, we will proceed to show the screens in PA30 and ESS.