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File Name and Location of the Approval Preview Applet in SRM 5.0

Hi,

Does anyone know the file name (JAR) and location of the Approval Preview applet in SRM 5.0?

I need to verify that the production version of the approval preview applet is the same as the non production version.

Regards,

Jerry Martinek

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 07:46 PM

    Hi Jerry,

    Try that JAR:

    <applet
      name="graph"
      code="VisnetMain" 
      codebase="/sap/public/bc/its/mimes/ts_ts10008000h/99/classes"
      
         archive="visnet.jar"
      
      width="600"
      height="260"
      align="top"
      alt="If you had a java-enabled browser, you would see an applet here."
      Title="Approval preview"> 

    location: /sap/public/bc/its/mimes/ts_ts10008000h/99/classes

    name: visnet.jar

    Goto SE80 and select the internet service TS_TS10008000H.

    I found that archive on approval preview tab in source code (try Find -> applet)

    Regards,

    Marcin Gajewski

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 07:53 PM

    Hello,

    As Marcin Gajewski said , here is the easy navigation steps..

    1. Goto SE80.

    2. select the internet service option and enter the service TS_TS10008000H.

    3. click on the file CLASSES/VISNET.JAR and now it will open a .rar file.

    4. Now you can find the applet files which you are looking for in the .rar file.

    Regards,

    mani

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    Mani Sreedharala

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