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Adding a new screen on SAP Work Manager 6.0

Former Member
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Hi All;

I'm working on customising the SAP Work Manager 6.0 application. One of the things that I have to do is add a new screen "Pool Management". I have been trying to achieve this via the Agentry Editor 3.7.2 with no luck. So the first thing that I did was to copy an existing screen, for example the TimesheetView screen set, hoping that there would be a duplicate screen similar to this, but this doesn't seem to be adding the duplicate screen when I test via the Agentry WPF client. Please kindly advise how I would go ahead with a requirement like this. Please see image below for the screen addition that I am working on. I would really appreciate your help in going about with this!

Much appreciated!

Sizo Ndlovu


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Former Member
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What are you showing is a Tab in a screenset and not a new screenset.  You will need to add the screen to the Main Screenset and make sure the platform is selected.

Stephen

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Answers (2)

Former Member
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Great stuff, I managed to get this added, the same way you guys suggested, wonderful. Much appreciated!!

jason_latko
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Sizo,

Please mark this thread as answered so others will be able to find the solution.  Thanks!

Jason Latko - Senior Product Developer at SAP

Former Member
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Sizo,

Glad you hear it is working as you expect now.  Please mark one of the comments as correct so other people seeing your post will can find out how it was solved.

Stephen

jason_latko
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Sizo,

Steve is correct.  Examine the main screenset.  Choose the platform, then copy an existing screen or add a new one.  Modify it as needed.  It will now display as a new tab on the client.

Jason Latko - Senior Product Developer at SAP