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Comments using Web Interface

I created a Web Interface for a BPS layout. I have a requirement to create two independent text comments for the header of this layout. In the header I have three characteristics. Two of these characteristics are flagged as “Document Attribute” in BW. For each combination of these three characteristics I need to have two independent comments.

I was able to create successfully two subcomponents “document1” and “document2” in the Container1. I set the layout to be Line (row) selection.

The system is not behaving the way I expect or it doesn’t work like that.

It is not working as independent Comments.

I enter and save my Comment1 (document1) and Comment2 (document2) as long as I don’t leave the screen everything seems fine. If I leave the screen my Comment1 (document1) is written into my Comment2 (document2) therefore my

Comment1 = Comment2.

When I change the header combination my Comment1 and Comment2 are the same from the previous header combination.

Is there any possible solution to make these comments independent?

Thank you,


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    Posted on Oct 21, 2005 at 04:52 AM

    Hello Heverton,

    the comments are stored not per characteristic but per characteristic value. On the web interface, only one comment can be stored per characteristic value combination.

    Also the web interface can display only one comment at a time (per layout). If you create several document components for the same layout, they will all show the save comment. So it does not make sense to do this.

    In your example, just use component "document1". Enter the first comment, then change the header combination, then enter the second comment.

    If you want to display several comments on a single page, you can for example implement a BSP page.



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