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editing BSP pages to adjust the final webpage.

friends,

could somebody tell me,

1. where can i find the bsp/htm pages in BW (SE80) related to my web planning application.

2. Can i adjust my webpage by editing BSP/htm pages directly to my requirement (having knowledge abt html)

any other better way of customizing my web page.

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2005 at 01:00 PM

    Hi,

    to 1:

    /nSE80 --> Repository Browser --> Dropdown box: "BSP Application" --> Input your BPS Web name + Enter

    To 2:

    Yes you can! BUT...Each time when your regenerate your BPS Web interface through BPS WI Builder/Customizer, your changes in BSP Coding will be overwritten with the standard code (SAP Standard: SEM_UPWB).

    I would suggest to enhance the class used in your BPS web.

    Create subclass from CL_UPWB_BSP_APPL, and assign it to your web interface. There are several how to paper to use class enhancement in SAPNET. Search with the name: GERD SCHOEFFL.

    Best Regards,

    Suan Liono.

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    • Hello,

      enhancing the web interface with a class is one way. However, when it comes to changing the HTML part, I suggest to use JavaScript (or VBScript), which can be easily incorporated in to the web interface using a text component. Several examples have been given in this forum.

      Regards

      Marc

      SAP NetWeaver RIG

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