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How to send parameters to URL ?

Hi I developped a Weddynproapplication.

There I want send some parameters to Url.

How can i send that Please help me for this.

I want to send like this parameters

Authorization=YES&Pricing=No&deldate=No

Please help me out ....

AdvanceThanks

nageswara

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    Posted on Mar 13, 2006 at 10:23 AM
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      Though I am still unclear about your precise requirement, i will try...

      First of all, we use parameters via standard APIs provided by WD like WDWebContextAdapter as already explained or we can use Startup/Exit plugs for InterfaceViews (using Url param). For the latter you can find loads of threads in this forum and you can easily explore the methods of WDWebContextAdapter using your IDE.

      Next you said about Spoofing functionality... i am sorry i am not aware of this concept! But basically what i could gather was that you need to pass Spoof param (as Yes) to an (EP) iView.

      If you have to pass via URL only then you have to choose between above mentioned ways. If there is a chance that your iView can simply get this parameter without it being exposed in URL; you can try WDPortalEventing package which enables you to pass params between WD Application and EP iViews!! Choice depends on your reqmnts.

      When you say: i]And my application is running on diffent applications Based on Application I want display some Columns of BAPI output values.[</i>

      i am confused whether there is a single WD application which is running over other (WD) Applns and each of these inturn refers to some BAPI in backend? Is that what you mean by your stmt? There is some design flaw i guess in this!

      Please correct me if i am misinterpretting your reqmnts...

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 10:03 AM

    Hi Nageswara,

    maybe you can use Suspend & Resume Plugs? Have a look here: [Suspend and Resume Plug|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/en/68/3aee42c4257176e10000000a1550b0/frameset.htm]

    kind regards

    Stefanie

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