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Function documentationWebClient UI Framework Check

 

You can use the WebClient UI Framework Check to analyze the consistency of user interface (UI) repository data and configuration data for the WebClient UI framework. If errors are detected, you can navigate from the error messages to the affected system objects.

For example, you can perform checks after you have upgraded your SAP CRM installation to a higher release.

In the WebClient UI Framework Check, you can select the following check types:

  • Consistency of Enhanced Views

  • Design Layer

  • UI Configurations

  • UI Personalization

Features

  • Check types

    • Consistency of Enhanced Views

      With this check type, you can analyze the consistency of enhanced views in terms of the corresponding enhancement sets.

    • Design Layer

      With this check type, you can analyze design object definitions in Customizing.

    • UI Configurations

      This check type supports all types of UI configurations, such as view configuration, overview page configuration, and fact sheet configuration. With this check type, you can analyze whether UI elements that are contained in UI configurations are consistent in terms of the existence and properties of the corresponding context node attributes or runtime repository elements.

    • UI Personalization

      With this check type, you can analyze the personalization of overview pages, work center pages, home pages, report pages, and tables. Inconsistent UI personalization settings can optionally be adjusted automatically during the check.

    Note Note

    The system performs the checks in the order in which they appear on the UI, and each check builds on the previous check. Therefore, we recommend that you perform the checks in the order in which they appear on the UI, and correct any error messages resulting from a check before executing the next check.

    You can improve the system performance by defining the number of background processes that can be used for the checks.

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  • View selection

    You can use the following parameters to select the views to be checked:

    • Enhancement Set

    • UI Component

    • View

    • Business Role

    You can manually further restrict the list of views to be checked.

    Note Note

    If you specify an enhancement set, the system restricts the selection to the views belonging to the enhancement set and the active SAP standard views according to your selection criteria. In the check result hierarchy, the standard views and enhanced views are displayed separately for each UI component.

    If you do not specify an enhancement set, the system selects the views of the SAP standard components according to the following logic: Linked views are not analyzed if they are contained in UI components other than the ones to which the checked views belong.

    You can include obsolete views in the check. If you do not select the Check Obsolete Views checkbox, only active views are selected, and obsolete views are omitted.

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  • Display check result history

    You can search for the results of former checks.

  • Delete UI Personalization

    With this function, you can delete multiple UI personalization settings according to various selection criteria, such as user, UI component, and view.