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call sapgui for Windows from an ITS service

Hello all,

We are implement a solution for Retail based on SRS (Sap Retail Store), enlarging the menu with the functionality we need. We publish both, our own service and standard transactions. But recently we found that the performance and ergonomic of some standards transactions in SAP GUI for HTML are not satisfactory.

We want to maintain the IAC of SRS but we want to use the sap gui for windows for the more exigent transactions.

I know this is possible with Sap Enterprise Portals, but at that moment of the project is not possible to implement it.

But the method of calling a SAPGUI transaction form EP is using a run-time generated shortcut of Saplogon (its a plain text file).

I test to execute a fixed shortcut from an IAC and its works fine.

Finally the question is very simple. Is possible from an IAC publish a generated shortcut as a mime? How?

If you have arrived up to here thank for your patience 😉

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2005 at 04:50 PM

    Finally I found a standard controller that do the job!!!

    I create a ICF service that use the controller CL_SWN_HTTP_SHORTCUT. I can send the logon parameter for the shortcut and it start the SAPGUI in the transaction we need.

    The only problem is that, by security restrictions, is necessary to logon every time. To avoid this we are create our own controller, that create the shortcut with the password. Moreover is necessary to do some customizing in the SAP GUI client.

    Probably we install EP in a next future, but for the moment its a functional solution.

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