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    1. hirdesh rana
      Hiii,
      Can any one help me i want to invisible some fields that we have created via EEWB..but unable to do ,i have tried all the options but no result, nothing is worked ….
      if some one has face this type of problem please let me know ASAP.
      It is very urgent

      Thanks
      RAJU

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  1. siva reddy
    Hi,

      I gone through this blog which was posted by you, but i am very new to this concept, so could you please provide me a documetation which guides me to do a customization. If you have screenshots please forward the same.

    my mail id is ‘kumar.siva10@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance.
    i will look forward for your reply.

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    1. Stephen Johannes Post author
      I honestly don’t have an enhancement guide with notes for this concept.  The blog represents my notes on how to do this work.  This was never a “intro-level” topic on how to implement this work.  The research alone on this topic took a couple days of work.

      I will say if you need some basic learning material, you should considering purchasing the OKP material from SAP for CRM 2006s/CRM 2007.

      Take care,

      Stephen

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    1. Stephen Johannes Post author
      You’ll just have to trust me on this one.  I have frequently applied my BDT hacksaw to EEWB generated BP extensions to get what I need. Let’s just say I even downported BUPR table extensions from 50 to 40 🙂

      Thank you for asking though.

      Take care,

      Stephen

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      1. Ranganatha Prasad Kurupati
        Thats interesting.. I had requirement to add table on Opportunity to maintain commission% for sales reps ,but endedup adding fields because there won’t be more than 5 lines(Sales reps) on same Opp at any time. Thanks for your quick update.
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        1. Stephen Johannes Post author
          Well for the business partner you can do 1:N, but for a business transaction you were right in CRM 40.  Keep in mind this blog was for Business Partner EEWB fields and not other business object types.

          Take care,

          Stephen

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