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Using Data dictionary structures for page attributes

Hi, very new to BSPs but hopefully this is not a totally stupid question.

I have a page attribute defined as a type from the data dictionary, BAPISDHEAD.

When I try to transfer values with the navigate->set_parameters the page errors and will not display.

When I use a structure, defined by myself as a local definition, the tranfer of values is okay and the page displays.

Any ideas why the ddic structure does not work.

Thanks

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2006 at 12:43 PM

    Hi,

    You shouldn't try passing other types than STRING using navigation->set_parameters

    Other possibilities:

    - application class

    - server-side cookies

    Best regards,

    Guillaume

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2006 at 12:47 PM

    But in the SAP help, it says

    Before SAP Web Application Server 6.10, auto page attributes could only have the type STRING.

    Now, other types are available:

    Elementary types except for XSTRING

    Structures

    Tables

    I'm on 6.20 and it does work with my own defined structure type

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