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2 Browser Windows in SSL-Mode when run a BSP-App

Hi,

when I start a BSP-Application from R3 with the FM 'CALL_BROWSER' so it works fine in the non-secure environment. But when I start the same BSP-App in SSL-Mode (https://...) 2 browser-windows will start immediately. The first one remains blanc, the second will run the application.

Does somebody knows why?

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 09:08 AM

    SAP GUI for Windows:

    The URL is sent to the operating system for a "shell execute". If one or more instances of the standard browser are already running, the last instance is used to navigate to the specified URL. If no standard browser instance is active, a new instance is generated. The WINDOW_NAME parameter is ignored.

    SAP GUI for HTML:

    If the WINDOW_NAME parameter is initial, the ITS window of the browser navigates to the URL. This destroys the synchronization of the browser with the ITS. If the WINDOW_NAME parameter is set, either a new browser window is opened, or a window with this name is reused. The browser and the ITS remain synchronized. Set the WINDOW_NAME parameter if you use SAP GUI for HTML. The parameter NEW_WINDOW is ignored.

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 10:28 AM

    I just tested https url (https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/collaboration) with CALL_BROWSER and its working fine. (internet explorer)

    Which browser are you using.

    Regards

    Raja

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