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Step 1: Create a new tab page

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Step 2: Create a Function Group

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Create screen elements:

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PBO and PAI Logic:

PROCESS BEFORE OUTPUT.

Write Required Business Logic.

PROCESS AFTER INPUT.

Write Required Business Logic.

Step 3:  Make entries in the config to display the
custom tab in PPOME based on Position / Orgunit / Pernr

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Enter sequence Number, Report
name ( Function Group Main program Name ), Screen number and FM for dispalying
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Important Note: Update the sequence number for the standard tab to override the standard
sequence position in this NODE.

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For example IT1050 is positioned at 3 by standard for OME0.

Same has been overridden to display this tab at 4thposition after the Cost Center Tab.

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Step 4: Goto PPOME and verify it

You will be able to see a Custom Tab in PPOME for Orgunit and Position.

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  1. Gideon van Zyl

    Thanks for this! It helped me a lot!

    When I design a custom tab, how do I get to the object the PPOME is working with. Let say I am working with a position, how do I get the position number?

    I tried including INCLUDE rhomdetaildefinitions. but all the structures stays empty? how do I access the main screen structure data?

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