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In this blog I will explain how to build the Generic EM WebUI profiles to hide the profile items using BRF+.


BRF+ Scenarios for EM Web interface transactions:


BRF+ custom controls are useful when the single EHT and AOT used in multiple business contracts.


Using BRF+ decision table EM webUI  selection, display and event message  profile items can be hidden dynamically. With this new design multiple EM WebUI profile generation is not required. Accordingly the unused configured fields can be removed dynamically, when it is exposed to various external partners and used by various business entities.


How to build BRF+ application for EM WebUI interface transactions?


Why BRF+ , Why not EM filter profile ?


Standard EM filter profile determines the event handler components that are to be displayed to the user, but not to remove the empty configured fields (filtered) being displayed in EM webUI.


Designing Selection profile control using BRF+


Step1: Design the generic DDIC structure using selection profile and security role

            Structure components: User Profile Identifier

                                                  Selection Profile

                                                  Configured Field

                                                   Role Name

           Output : result indicator


Step 2: Design the BRF+ data object using the structure defined in step1 .


Step3: Build BRFplus selection profile decision table using the objects defined in step 1


BRF Decision table elements = selection profile DDIC structure

Result object = Yes/No field indicator


Step 4: Create the BRF plus function object with top expression as decision table and output as  result indicator.


Step5: Create the decision table entries as shown below

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Create entries  with user profile, selection profile, configured field , user role and maintain the relevancy indicator.


Step 6: Create enhancement in FM /SAPTRX/UC_GET_USERPROFILE and apply the below steps to validate the selection profile items when it is triggered by user WebUI  selection.

  1. Get BRF plus function
  2. Set the BRF+ function context, then pass the input variables such as user profile, selection profile, configured field and user role.
  3. Process the BRF+ function.
  4. Retrieve the BRFplus function result
  5. Delete the entries from et_selection_profile_items when the BRF result indicator is true.

Designing display profile control using BRF+


Execute all the steps (mentioned above) for selection profile; and replace the  selection profile with Display profile (/SAPTRX/UCDPID).


Decision table view

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Designing Event Reporting Message profile control using BRF+


Similarly follow the steps as of selection profile, replace the selection profile with event message Profile (/SAPTRX/UCEVTRID) and configured field with event code (/SAPTRX/EVENT_CODE).


Decision table view  

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Alternatively above mentioned BRF+ solution can also be achieved using custom SPRO configuration enabled with user role mapping. DDIC DB view is required between AGR_USERS and newly created custom table. This view can be used in FM /SAPTRX/UC_GET_USERPROFILE enhancement by applying the same logic.


Note: DDBV (Dynamic Database View) can be used in BRFplus, if EM is running on HANA environment.


Using  BRF+ decision table TM AOT extractor functions can also be generic in future along with the addition of few configuration elements and  key/org data maintained  in the BRF+ application. 

How to use BRF+ in TM/EM integration and event propagation

BRF+ decision tables can be used in TM/ECC EM data extractors using document type/KDS with single AOT/EHT integration as follows:

  • Control/system Parameter extraction
  • Expected Event generation 
  • Tracking Id generation
  • Custom event propagation and event copy  
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  1. Gopi Chandrakesan

    Hi Sukumar,

    Good one 🙂

    I can see more traction on SAP TM side as BRF+ can address more complicated scenarios.

    We have to write more articles and talk about BRF+, so that we can spread the word how BRF+ is very useful in complicated world.

    regards

    GGOPII

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