This page explains how to open an object in a new tab/window via browser content menu. For example, from the Account search result list, it needs to display one account in a new tab/window via right-clicking on the Name field. This feature is not supported for IC business role.
Enabling this feature
To use this feature, it needs to activate it at business role level. The steps are:
go to customizing path: SPRO->CRM->UI Framework->Technical Role Definition->Define Parameters, double click on the Profile Definition, select the profile which is assigned to your business role, double click on the Parameter Assignment, switch to change mode, and add a new entry for LINK_CONTEXT_MENU with value "TRUE".
Get the object type
Display an account in the CRM WebUI, click the Edit button in the Account Details assignment block, put the cursor in an editable field, press button F2, then the Technical Data popup appears. Under the Design Layer part, you will see the Object Type.
Define the Generic OP Mapping for the Object Type
Open the navigation bar profile which is assigned to the business role and select "Define Generic Outbound Plug Mappings", add an entry for the particular object type and action. It has to point to a target ID or to a logical link ID. The path is: SPRO -> Customer Relationship Management -> UI Framework -> Technical Role Definition -> Define Navigation Bar Profile
Define the Object Type
The object type must be defined in either view BSPDLCVC_OBJ_TYP (Customer) or BSPDLCV_OBJ_TYPE (SAP). The customer's definition has a higher priority than SAP's definition. The object type must be assigned to a BOL object name in this definition.
Define the mapping class for the BOL object name
The BOL object name must be defined in either view CRMV_UI_OBJ_MAP (Customer) or CRMV_UI_OBJ_MAPS (SAP) and must be assigned to a mapping class.
Related SAP Notes/KBAs
SAP Note 2135300: Enable nav links to be opened within a new tab/window
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