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interpretation is executed. When the container is filled, no validation check is performed on the elements entered and the data types of their values are in accordance with the container definition. You must ensure that the element names and the data types that you use are in accordance with the definition.
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80 characters of a container element are taken into account, when the variables are replaced during runtime. The Alert Framework uses the alert container not only for the exchange of applicationspecific variables, but also for the exchange of internal information. Table 12-11 provides a list of variables used for this purpose. Be careful if you define your own variables and ensure that no naming conflicts arise. The names of the variables used internally by the Alert Framework all start with an underscore. It may sometimes be appropriate to write variables used internally directly into the container. If, for example, you want to pass URLs to the Alert Framework as subsequent activities, you could instead fill an internal table of the structure SALRTSACTI and write the table into the container with the element name _ALERT_ACTIVITIES. Constants for standard elements in the alert container can be found in the Include statememt <ALRT01>.
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An application triggers an alert of a particular alert category based on the business needs and importance of a particular situation. This can be either a business or technical aspect that would trigger an Alert. The alert recipients are determined either by the application, by an administrator, or via a subscription procedure. An Alert outlining the situation is delivered to the recipients on a timely manner based on the parameters in the Alert Category. Depending on the configuration, the alert can be viewed by the recipients in the UWL, in application-specific display programs, or in the alert inbox. In addition, the alerts can be delivered using other channels as well, if the recipients have made the appropriate settings and the communication method is configured in SAPconnect (for example, to the user s e-mail address).
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Name _ALERT_RECIPIENTS _ALERT_ACTIVITIES _ALERT_EXPIRATION _ALERT_DYNAMIC_SHORTTEXT _ALERT_DYNAMIC_LONGTEXT _EVT_OBJECT _ALERT_LOGICAL_SYSTEM Meaning Recipient list Subsequent activities Expiry date/time (timestamp) Short text Long text Triggering object Logical system in which the alert is triggered Typing type salrttrcp type table of salrtsacti type timestamp type salrtdcatd (CHAR60) type table of CHAR255 type BORIDENT type RFCDEST
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TABLE 12-11 List of Variables Used in the Alert Framework
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NOTE Alert Management does not incorporate feedback to the triggering application. However, it is
possible to model feedback to the application, such as confirming that a subsequent activity has been executed, using SAP Business Workflow and merging of alerts that are related from a content perspective. The Alert Container is the main component of the interface between the alert provider (triggering application) and the central alert server. When Alerts of a particular category are used, they must be triggered by an application at runtime. This can be done in a variety of ways. You can call a function module directly or use middleware components that trigger alerts. Some examples of this process might be the use of the Business Object Repository triggering events in case certain changes occur in an event linkage activity. For example, an alert is to be triggered if a Sales Order is changed, a Post Processing Framework (PPF) checking certain conditions and triggering alerts if the conditions are met. This could also be the use of an SAP Workflow activity such as alerting the Finance Department that a specific activity within the Closing Process has been completed or finally the use of the CCMS to trigger alerts if the corresponding activity was assigned in CCMS. To trigger alerts, the Central Alert Server must be maintained as an RFC destination in transaction SM59 in the local system (similar to setting up a source system RFC to execute transactions or data loads for BW). This central alert server must also be selected as the RFC destination in transaction SALRT1 or in Settings | RFC-Destination of Alert Server. (This constitutes the unique entry in table TALRTDST.) If the central alert server is running on the local system in the same client, you do not have to maintain an RFC destination. In this case, you can simply enter NONE in transaction SALRT1. If the alerts are to be sent from the central alert system additionally with an external communication method, the chosen external communication method (e-mail, SMS, fax) must be correctly configured in SAPconnect. During SAPconnect configuration, the communication data (for example, e-mail address) has to be customized in the user settings of the recipient in transaction SU01. As mentioned you can trigger an alert by using any of the following: Triggering by calling a function module directly The function module SALRT_ CREATE_API is called directly by the application in the local system and passes the data to the central alert server via RFC. The alert category (IP_CATEGORY) is the only mandatory import parameter. You can also add non-SAP user addresses to the Central Address Management. Triggering by calling a function module in the Workplace plug-in With the SAP Workplace plug-in, it is possible to use the alert management in SAP Web AS 6.10 or older SAP Basis releases. The function module for triggering an alert is SALERT_ CREATE_API. This function module possesses an interface analogous to described SALRT_CREATE_API. Triggering with an event linkage An alert can also be triggered by the occurrence of an event defined in the Business Object Repository (BOR). In transaction SWE2 in the local system, you enter the alert category as the receiver type and the function module SALRT_CREATE_VIA_EVENT as the receiver function module for the event. The Alert Framework receives your alert category from your entry in the event linkage table.
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