Overview of the GWM Outlook 2010 or 2013 Add-In wizard.
The wizard allows you to create and configure a template to interface with the OData service you want, in the connected SAP Gateway system.
It consists of the following pages:
The first page in the wizard is the Select Template page. In this first page, you specify the Microsoft Outlook item you want as a template.
You can create add-in templates for the following Microsoft Outlook items:
The second page in the wizard is the Select Service page.
In this page, you select the system type and specify the OData service you want to bind to the template. The following are the two ways to specify a service:
This page is applicable to each Microsoft Outlook template you choose.
The third page in the wizard is the Select Collection page.
In this page, you specify the collection in the selected OData service you want to use.
It has two panes:
The Service Collections pane opens to display the list of collections in the selected service. Select the collection you want from the list.
Displays the list of properties in the selected collection. It indicates whether various functionality such as, the Create, Update, and Delete capabilities are supported in the collection.
The icons with the checked mark indicate that the Create, Update, and Delete capabilities are supported in the selected collection.
This page is not applicable when you are creating a template for the Microsoft Outlook item, Tasks.
The fourth page in the wizard is the Map Properties page.
In this page, you define the mapping between the properties in the service, and the properties in the Microsoft Outlook item.
There are several ways to map the properties, including the following:
The mapped SAP property name displays in gray color in the SAP Properties list.
You can remove an SAP property from an Outlook property field by selecting it, and then dragging and dropping it outside of its current location. The affected SAP property is enabled again in the SAP Properties list, and available for mapping.
To map SAP Properties to a property field (Outlook Properties) that has a combo box (selection), first select the desired Outlook property field from the combo box, and then drag and drop the relevant property (from the SAP Properties pane) into the selected Outlook property field.
This page is presented as the Defined Settings page if you select the Microsoft Outlook item, Tasks.
The last page in the wizard is the Additional Properties page.
In this page, you specify the configuration settings for presenting and viewing data in Outlook.
In the Set Additional Properties pane, optionally provide a name for a custom tab in the Custom tab field.
By default, the Custom Tab and the <Navigation Property name> check boxes are selected. When selected, the wizard creates a tab control that will contain the list of properties you want to make available to Microsoft Outlook users of the add-in. This list will allow users to customize the add-in by adding and removing additional properties.
Optionally, you can enable the following:
This page is not applicable if you select the Microsoft Outlook item, Task .
Follow sequentially, the steps in the wizard pages to configure the template to interface with the OData service you want, in the connected SAP Gateway system.
You can create more than one template for use in a single add-in.
The wizard presents icons and buttons in all pages. Use these to perform the following activities:
The Cancel button is always enabled in all pages. However, in the last page of the wizard, the button displays the name, Cancel project.
In addition, when you choose the Cancel button in the first page of the wizard, and you have not created any template, a popup window displays asking you to confirm your action of closing and exiting the project without saving any changes.
When you choose the Cancel button, and you have existing templates in the project, a popup window displays asking you to confirm your action by selecting one of the following:
The Next button is enabled in all the pages except the Project Summary page.
In each page, the Next button is enabled only when the required fields have entries.
Required fields are marked with the asterisk (*) character.
The Back button is enabled from the second page of the wizard. You can navigate from page to page to edit your entries.