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CSS from Mime Repository and Transporting Design Studio Objekts

Hello, i have currently a problem with the CSS processing of the design studio. I'm trying to use as a background for a dashboard a graphic from the mime repository. Can anyone of you the exact path command (absolute or relative?) show? or is this feature not available in version 1.2 of the design studio. Another problem with the CSS editing is provided a dashboard I always transport (BWT to BWP) the paths to the MIME repository must always be reset (on the BWP) After that it works again? Even now, many thanks for the answers! Peter

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  • Posted on Jan 28, 2014 at 01:16 PM

    I believe that it will be hostname:port/sap/bc/bw/Customer/your/path/here/image.jpg

    I'm going from memory but will confirm when at an SAPGUI. It's the same path that can be found in the MIME Repo in tcode se80

    EDIT: Correction: hostname:port/sap/bw/Mime/Customer/your/path/here/image.jpg

    As far as transporting the DS Application, you will be stuck in a predicament of where you probably cannot use a relative URL as the hostnames change, as the MIME path is hosted from the ICM while the DS application is hosted from the Java stack, so the hostnames and port numbers will differ.

    You could base-64 encode your image backgrounds as a workaround, until a more streamlined option is available for NetWeaver deployments using CSS, I'd suppose. This sidesteps the entire issue altogether by eliminating keeping up with MIME resources.

    How to embed images inside of a Design Studio App without uploading to server.

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