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PCUI: URL in HTMLviewver


We have htmlviewer for a webdynpro as a PCUI application tabstrip.

Currently we have hardcoded the webdynpro url / iview url in the model access class of the html viewer.

Can any one tell me how we can avoid hard coding the url as we move in to different systems like QA and prod.

Is there any function module / configuration setting available in CRM to get the url runtime.

Thanks in advance,


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    Posted on Oct 06, 2005 at 07:47 PM


    I don't think in CRM 40 there is such a thing for webdynpro linkage, for BSP there would be no issue. However there is a very simple development solution:

    - Create a Z-table to store your URL configuration. You can then generate a maintenance view for SM30.

    - Design your code to read from your Z-table.

    - In each enviroment maintain an entry for the URL.

    Honestly this KISS approach is probably your best approach until someone comes up with the magic function module to point to the webdynpro. It should take you no more than one to two hours to implement. Try using data element BAPI_URL for the URL field in your table.

    Good luck,


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    • Hello Abdul,

      take the solution suggested by Stephen or write a Function Module like this:

      *"  EXPORTING
      *"     VALUE(WA_PORTAL) TYPE  CHAR32
        data : sysid type sy-sysid.
        sysid = sy-sysid.
        case sy-sysid.
          when 'CRD'.
           WA_portal = ''.
          when 'CRT'.
            WA_portal = ''.
          when 'CRP'.
            WA_portal = ''.



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