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CL_GUI_HTML_VIEWER in own window GUI

Hi.

How to force CL_GUI_HTML_VIEWER to open links always in own window GUI.

Including links javascripts

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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2006 at 06:56 AM

    <i>always in own window GUI.</i>

    you mean within the same control? if yes you should avoid adding target attribute in the links.

    Regards

    Raja

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    • not really intercept. but what you could do is make your ABAP program to act as HTTP client (using cl_http_client class) and read the contents of the page and search for these links, modfy them and show the modified contet (which is your own html) - but this will cause other problems if there are relative links in that page (i am sure it will certainly have), and there are lot of other issues involved with that.

      So the only option out to just live with this.

      Regards

      Raja

  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 09:59 AM

    Please check SAP Note 856741.

    After creating the HTML Viewer control, call the method ENABLE_SIMPLEBROWSING as follows:

    CALL METHOD html_control->ENABLE_SIMPLEBROWSING

    EXPORTING

    benable = 1.

    Now the links will open in the same SAP GUI session.

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