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Disable X Button on SAP Forms

Not planned



  • Ramon Duunk

    I dont think you can, because a new window also starts in ADD mode, so you would basically end up never able to close your screen.

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  • Stas Bogopolsky

    @Ramon Duunk You are right - Which means it is not possible to be able 100% validate certain forms.

    Maybe the solution is UI change or UI  item disabling feature.


  • Rasmus Jensen

    Hi Stas

    SAP's SDK does unfortunately no event to catch the X button event :-( ... 

    What you instead need to do is instead of catching the Item Preseed on Item 1, You need to use the DataAdd or DataUpdate events in B1 Validation System... These will trigger no matter if something is added/update via the button or the X-button

  • Tacio Aurelio Alves

    Have you tried to use the validation in the ADD/UPDATE event instead of on the click of $[$1.0.0]?






  • Stas Bogopolsky

    Thanks every one for the quick response.

    Unfortunately the Data add/Data Update option not triggered when I save the changes after pressing the X button, it's saving the changes although they not valid :( 


  • Rasmus Jensen

    Hi Stas... Your right... Seems SAP did something non-standard here (it should have fired the event but not the first place I see them not following their own rules) :-( 

    I'm afraid in this specific scenario there is nothing to be done (The SDK simply do not allow it)

  • Stas Bogopolsky

    Hey Rasmus,

    Thank you for the answer.

    Hope you guys will find a solution and we will see it on your next update release video 😏



  • Rasmus Jensen

    Thank you for the fate in us :-)... But without SAP enhancing the SDK I'm afraid there is little we can do :-(

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