Enable multiple view option in list UIBB

Here we have the list UIBB displayed in an OVP FPM application containing the personalization button.

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In personalization, here only one view Standard view is given. Here the user can add or remove the fields and Save the standard view and accordingly the list fields will be displayed/hidden. But the user can’t create multiple view what we call different layouts in the ALV grid.

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User can move selected fields from displayed column section to Available column section . And Save the standard view.

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Accordingly list uibb columns appeared.

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Once reset to default, it takes the original standard view settings.

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Now here the user just adds or removes fields to the existing standard view but can’t create a new view. But it is quite possible to create new view(s) which should be allowed in the list uibb configuration general settings.

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Open the list UIBB general settings section.

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Here select the check box against   ” Enable Creation of New View “. Save the configuration.

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Now test the application and open personalization.

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Now here we find SAVE AS button.

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You can set the fields as desired and click on SAVE AS button.

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It asks to provide a view name and SAVE.

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So a new view is created .

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Now we have two views including the standard.

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Also you can create even more when the list fields are quite large.

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You can set which view should be appear when the list is loaded for the first time.

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Now test the application. The View marked as  “DISPLAY this view on OPEN” appears when the list is loaded first.

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You can change the view and list is adjusted accordingly.

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