Sample Specs What's Hot? GuiXT is a client-server based software technology that provides user interface customization solutions to SAP applications. This technology design significantly reduces development and testing. Users of GuiXT Solutions report greatly improved productivity and accuracy, while at the same time reducing training and support costs.

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It takes existing functionality in SAP t-codes and allows us to redesign the layout and business process to match the customer needs. To start with: First of all, we need to enable scripting on front end and on the server in order to use the GUIXT tool. To enable scripting on the front end, use the transaction RZ We are done with enabling scripting on front end.

Now we will proceed for enabling scripting on server. Come back to the SAP easy access screen and click on the icon on the right hand corner and choose options. It is to be noted that these scripts run on individual machines.

Similarly there are Scripts 2, Scripts 3 and Scripts 4 boxes. Here we specify various directories. The search sequence is always Scripts4, then Scripts3, then Scripts2, then Scripts1.

We can, for example, have company-wide scripts in Scripts1, and some scripts of our own in Scripts2. For this tutorial, let us create a directory named guixt in c drive and place it in Scripts 1 box as shown above. The History box, is the directory used by the Input Assistant. The history directory should be on the user's personal pc. After making these necessary settings, let us click on OK button on the popup and let us log off from the system. Secondly, we see a scripting button on the screen, which is an indication that the scripting is now enabled and working.

Let us now again click on the button on the right hand top of the screen. We can use it to record any sequence of screens. Let us put an image on the logon screen and let us change the layout of login and password. First of all let us put an image — say ribz. Click on the yes button in order to create the script file for the logon screen.

It creates the file named elogon. Now, in the notepad file named elogon. Image 4,40 10,65 "ribz. The image would show up then. Changing look and feel of logon screen and defaulting certain values Now, let us change the look and feel of the logon screen.

In the GuiXT tool, click on the Script button and paste the following code in the elogon. We have rearranged the fields User and Password in the above script and defaulted the values of Client and Language and deleted them from the screen after defaulting them. On the GuiXT tool, click on the Script button again. It gives a warning again after opening the notepad file for SAP Easy access screen. Let us reposition this image container and insert an image on the screen.

Let us modify the size of the button and add an icon on the same. This can be very well achieved by writing a script for SE11 screen.

Let us first of all see the screen elements available in the GuiXT tool: We would want to delete all the fields and just give the user the option of table MARA and PA in the form of radio buttons. In our requirement, we will create an image link for Display and delete the other two buttons so the user can only display the tables and he does not have the option of change and create. For this, let us first of all see the OK Code of Display button.

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GUIXT Tutorial

With GuiXT you can combine the two approaches. The general procedure, clarified with a few examples, is set out below. The following links provide copies of the original SAP documents, for easy access. The internal procedure is as follows:. We suggest that you start with such a recorded script. You can either:. In IW38 you want to select a certain row, say the third row.


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