With the object manager you can search for and select objects that you want to display or edit.
You are familiar with the validity concept of the application. The validity concept determines which objects you can find during a search.
The object manager consists of the search area and the selection area.
If necessary, you can add more object types and search functions in customizing. You can also change the sequence of the search functions.
The system saves the last settings relating to screen size and the last object selection user-specifically, and they are available next time you call up the transaction.
You can reset these settings and the last object selection using the report RH_ DELETE_ OM_ USER_ SETTINGS. Note that the reset takes place across all applications. For more information, see the report documentation.
In the Search area you can search for one or more objects that you want to display or edit.For each object type there are various search functions, for example:
Objects you are searching for must already exist. Create new objects as required. The required object types and search functions are set up.
In the selection area the system displays all found objects with the corresponding object type, either as a list or as a structure.
Using Search Variants
In some search functions, for example Search Term, you can restrict the number of hits by using a combination of selection criteria. You can then save such a combination as a search variant so that you can use it again. You can also delete a search variant again, if necessary.
Creating Search Variants
Searching for Objects Using a Search Variant
Deleting Search Variants
Using Search Tools
With the search tools for each object type you can search for objects in various object typespecific ways.
These search tools are marked with . In addition, the object type itself can contain a search tool. The object types are marked with the respective object type-specific symbol.
You are familiar with how the search tools are assigned.
Searching for Objects Using a Search Term
The results of the search are displayed in the selection area. The display in the overview and detail areas does not change.
Searching for Objects Using Free Search
The Free Search search tool uses the InfoSet Query.
The Find Objects of Type <Object type> dialog box appears. For further information, see HR in the InfoSet Query [Ext.]. After the search, the system displays the search results in the selection area.
Searching for Objects Using Structure Search
In the selection area the system displays all found objects of the relevant object type in a tree structure, ordered according to their assignment in the organizational plan. If necessary, you can refresh the hits displayed in the selection area using. This is recommended, for example, if you have created new objects shortly before.
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