To add the Remarks tab to a module, you must first identity the Reference IDs for both the Content Explorer window and the Detail window. Typically these will be {ModuleName}ExpContent and {ModuleName}Detail. In older systems with WPF check the module's WPF source code; the detail's xaml code-behind sets ap_SubBrowserLoad with the detail's Reference ID, and the ExpContent xaml code-behind filenames may have an _ and the content window ReferenceID appended to them. Note that there may be more than one Reference ID for each window type.

Start up the Maintenance system. If Remarks is not already in your system, go to System, select your system, open the Applications tab, and use the Quick Add to add the Remarks application to your system.

Go to Maintenance > SB Interfaces. For each Reference ID, add a new SB Interface:

  • Reference ID is set to the reference ID you're adding
  • Display Sequence = 999 (last tab, before Audit Stamps)
  • Module Name: Choose Remarks from the dropdown
  • Name: change to &Remarks for menu shortcut key
  • Description: leave as Remarks or modify if you wish

Next, go to Maintence > Modules, and use the filter to find the Remarks module. Select the Remarks module and in the preview area open the View References tab. For each Reference ID add a new view reference:

  • View Name: select FWRKV01 from the dropdown
  • Select Use as Default View and Auto Load Content Window
  • Choose Sub Module
  • Set Parent Component to the Reference ID

NOTE: If you use "Save and New" for the view references, make sure to re-enter RFWRKEBS1 as the Explorer Bar Component. This is set automatically for you if you use "Save and Close" and then click on the New command in the View References sub-browser tab.