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SAP PaPM Tutorial - Create a new Model View Function
In this SAP PaPM Tutorial we will show the steps to create a new Model View Function using the My Environments Fiori App.
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We are now in the details for our environment and the section to the left of the screen is the Function Tree and everything is grayed out so we need to click the Edit (Pencil icon)
This will enable multiple buttons but right now we need to click the + (Add Function)
Select the option One Level to have the new function correctly organized in the Function Tree
SAP PaPM will propose the identification number for the new function but we can edit that one if needed. For our example we will modify and use RDHAN as the identification
Next we need to enter a description for the new function (i.e. Read from HANA Table)
For each function it is necessary to select the correct Function Type and for our scenario that means that we have to select the Model View
Confirm that all the values are correct and if they are... click continue (i.e. OK)
Now we need to select HANA Table as the source for our new Model View function
Next, we need to select the SAP HANA Authoring Schema
And then using the matchcode we should look for the HANA Table
After entering the id of the table (i.e. ZFS350T3) we need to click Search
And from the list we now have to double click the HANA Table
Result: HANA table ZFS350 has been selected as the source
Now we have to save the definition of the Model View Function (click SAVE Top-Left Corner)
Close the confirmation message
Now we have to activate the Model View Function (click Activate Top-Right Corner)
Close the activation message
Result: The information stored in the SAP HANA Table is now available for us to use in SAP PaPM and we even have the data model in the current screen for the Model View Function definition (Three columns: One for the Material ID, the second for the Material Type and finally the third one for the Material price)
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