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This document is intended to explain the approach required to change the “Welcome text” as per your requirement in SRM 7.

SAP provides a simple configuration for this purpose in SPRO.

Follow the path in SPRO — > SAP Supplier Relationship Management –> Supplier Collaboration –> Supplier Self-Registration –> Self-Registration Screen –>  Define Welcome Area Text.

Now if you execute “Define Welcome Area Text” a pop will come which will ask for “Text Identifier” and “Language key”.

Possible values forText Identifier = H (Welcome Header) and T (Welcome text).

Example  :

   Text Identifier = “H”

   Language key = “EN’

   Enter this value and continue , you will get a new window in editable mode with two column “Number” and  “Text”

   write the header which you want to display on the supplier self registration page.

   Each line will be displayed in the sequence which is  mentioned in the number column .

In the same way

  you can enter the details line by line which you want to be displayed as “text” in the welcome page below header, by giveing

   Text Identifier = “T”

   Language key = “EN’

 

Now this is the standard way SAP has given to include the welcome note at the top of the page.

But if you want to customize the welcome area based on user requirement , you have to do an enhancement in the web dynpro component

/SAPSRM/WDC_SUCO_SREG_WCA.

for example : In standard way the header part will be display in bold , and below the header , text part is displayed as normal .

                      e.g     this is a Header part

                                this is a text part

                                where user enter text

                                in the supplier reg. page

if the user wants the same thing in different fashion like .

                      e.g     this is a Header part

                                this is a text part

                               where user enter text in bold (this line in bold)

                                in the supplier reg. page

In such case you have to include a UI element and write the text “where user enter text in bold” separately in that UI element.

Hope the document will be useful to SRM 7 guys .

Please do reply in case you need any clarification.

Thanks,

Gejo john.

Lnt Infotech Pune.

   

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