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Career Site Builder Functions Viewer

The Functions Viewer in Career Site Builder lets you see existing functions that may be in your implementation, and delete them. The functions transform strings in SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting job posting data before they're forwarded to your career site.

By transforming strings, functions address things such as misconfigurations or style changes. If the Functions Viewer page is blank, this means that your implementation partner didn't create any functions for your career site in the legacy Command Center.

A screen image of the Functions Viewer shows examples of functions that transform strings. One example shows an original string of "St. Paul" with a replacement string of "Saint Paul".

We introduced the Functions Viewer so you can view existing functions. You can also refer to the listed functions to refine your posting content in the system of record (SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting). This ensures that consistent job posting content is available for all downstream publication processes, Career Site Builder, and Recruiting Posting. You can delete the functions after you refine your posting content in the system of record (SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting).

What's Changed

In the current version, your implementation partners can't create new functions. You can, however, see existing ones in the Functions Viewer, and delete the functions from within the Functions Viewer.

In the previous version, implementation partners created functions using the legacy Command Center tool while setting up Career Site Builder for your career site, but Career Site Builder administrators didn't have a way to see the functions themselves.

Technical Details

Reference Number

RMK-26875

Product

Recruiting

Module

Recruiting

Feature

Career Site Builder

Action

Not applicable

Configuration Type

Universal

Link to Demo

Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

New

Major or Minor

Major

Modular Business Process

Not Applicable

Software Version

2H 2021

Valid as Of

2021-11-19

Latest Document Revision

2021-10-29