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  • AvatarPatrick Rahlfs
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    # 1 month ago
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    Good evening,
    I find the Simplifier 6.0 dashboard a bit plain in design. (What do you want to do?)
    Also the text lines are a bit cluttered in my opinion.
    Wouldn’t some impressive icons to click on be better for the new version 6.0?

     

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    AvatarPatrick Rahlfs
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    # 3 months ago
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    Thanks a lot
    I have the following solution in use now. It runs perfect:

    Table: set enableBusyIndicator = false *
    Process Dashboard/Story/Connector: Show Busy Indicator = false *
    (*To prevent screen flickering on the smartphone after a standby.)

    DataWorkbench/Global Variables : interval (Any)

    onBeforeShow ->Script:
    var interval = setInterval(function(){
    sap.ui.getCore().byId(“Screen_main–Button_reload”).firePress();
    },300000);
    this.getGlobals().setVar(“interval”, interval);

     

    onAfterHide -> Script:
    try{
    clearInterval(this.getGlobals().getVar(“interval”));
    }catch(err){
    console.log(err);
    }

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by Patrick Rahlfs. Reason: I have adjusted the script in my app so that the connector requests are reduced significantly. there were too many parallel database connections over a long period of time within a short time amount
    AvatarPatrick Rahlfs
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    # 3 months ago
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    Thank you very much.  I have everything together. Perfect 🙂

    But I look at the other solution too

    onBeforeShow ->Script:

    var interval = setInterval(function(){

    sap.ui.getCore().byId(“Screen_main–Button_reload”).firePress();

    },10000)

    onAfterHide ->Script:

    clearInterval(interval)

    Edit: Update:

    DataWorkbench/Global Variables : interval (Any)

    onBeforeShow -> Script:

    var interval = setInterval(function(){

    sap.ui.getCore().byId(“Screen_main–Button_reload”).firePress();

    },10000);

    this.getGlobals().setVar(“interval”, interval);

     

     

    onAfterHide -> Script:

    try{

    clearInterval(this.getGlobals().getVar(“interval”));

    }catch(err){

    console.log(err);

    }

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    AvatarPatrick Rahlfs
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    # 3 months ago
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    Thank you very much. This has helped me a lot.
    But only this works for me (your first version):

    sap.ui.getCore().byId(“ScreenId–ButtonId”).firePress();

    AvatarPatrick Rahlfs
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    # 4 months ago
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    Provide a screen reload option (my main wish) I would like to be able to set after how many seconds a screen will reload and query the connector.

    my apps need to infom the user immediately
    when a new task arrives. Without this function
    my apps unfortunately do not fulfill the required conditions

    many thanks

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    # 4 months ago
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    Offer an easier way to create a PDF from a screen that can be printed or sent.

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    AvatarPatrick Rahlfs
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    # 4 months ago
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    Mobile Action/ Barcode Scanner:

    Here you should be able to choose by checkbox, if the scanner should consider single or all barcode types.

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    AvatarPatrick Rahlfs
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    Favorites:

    Process Designer/Define Widget Mapping/ Properties and Aggregations :

    Here should be the possibility to create favorites.

    To 90% I select here only “value”, “valuestate” or “Opendialog”.

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