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SAP back end table and fields wrt BSP pages... please help

Hi guys,

I am working with cProjects 3.1 (BSP pages). I am functional consultant, not a BSP programmer.

The problem i have is... in SAP GUI if we go into any transaction we can see the technical information of any element in screen (F1 and technical information). So, we will know the SAP table and field to/from it is being mapped.

But how can we get information about the SAP table/field in BSP page?

In cProject when we go to any screen they are BSP pages generated by WAS. Please tell me is there any method or way to find how the elemets are mapped to/from backend SAP tables.

Thanks,

San

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  • Posted on Jan 19, 2006 at 06:39 AM

    Hi San,

    You will have to look after this in Tansaction SE80. Open the BSP application cProjects, and find the appropriate view. (The naming convetion will help a little). Open the view tab: layout >> e.G. progAssignedPha.bsp Here you will find what BSP elements it consists of. You will find the

    <htmlb:tableView and <htmlb:inputField ... elements.

    Here you will find the information you are looking for.

    As easy as in SAPGui you can not find out this information.

    Regards.

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    • if you want to have similar functions like F1 and F9 in SAPGUI in BSP pages you have to implement the code explained in the following weblog.

      <a href="/people/thomas.jung3/blog/2005/05/27/custom-bsp-extension-element-for-field-level-help">Custom BSP Extension Element for Field Level Help</a>

      Regards

      Raja

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2006 at 04:28 AM

    Hi San

    I dont know much abt cProjects..but

    check out the <b>value</b> field in case of any input field and <b>table</b> field in case of BSP table views from there you can direclty navigate to the attribute with which it is mapped and by doublclicking there.

    And further navigating , it will take you to the table or field with which it is being mapped...

    Regards

    Mithlesh

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2008 at 02:56 AM

    closing

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