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Background documentation Navigating in the UWL  Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

Purpose

The UWL has a navigation system to allow access to different UWL iViews.

You can access UWL services from the portal through the following menu navigations:

      Home    Work

      Collaboration    My Tasks

Note

You see the Collaboration link only if the Collaboration service is installed on the portal.

UWL Tabs

Depending on your configuration, you see the following tabs (navigation controls) on the UWL user interface:

Tasks, Alerts, Notifications and Tracking.

Tasks

The category Tasks contains items from:

      New and in-progress tasks

      Tasks received on behalf of someone

      Tasks forwarded to someone

      Tasks for resubmission

      Today’s due tasks

      Overdue, rejected and completed tasks

Alerts

The category Alerts contains items from:

      New and in-progress alerts

      Alerts received on behalf of someone

      Alerts for resubmission

      Completed alerts

Notifications

The category Notifications contains items from:

      New and in-progress notifications

      Notifications received on behalf of someone

      Notifications delegated to someone

      Completed notifications

Tracking

The category Tracking contains items from:

      The Collaboration Task

      Forwarded items

      Items that have been sent on behalf of the user (On behalf of me)

      Items that the user has chosen to track (Tracked Items)

      Items for resubmission

      Rejected, approved or completed workflows

Sub Views

Sub views offer a way to select and navigate between different views. You can add additional sub views to the dropdown by personalizing the UWL display.

You can see any personalized sub views in the dropdown selection even if there are no work items in them.

For sub views created by customization of XML files, you can see only those sub views in the navigation which have work items in them.

Note

When you create sub views the system determines whether there are additional views with the similar supported item types and which have items assigned to the user. In this case the views are then dynamically added to the sub view. These views can be custom views created by customer and business partners or automatically created views when registering alert items. The system creates one view per alert category. There is a limit of seven dynamically added views per user for performance reason. You can overwrite this limit in the iView property Maximum number of Dynamic views to be added.

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