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Questions on how to use different parameter & implicit objects in BSPs

Hi Group,

I want to have the information on how to use the following things relating to attributes:

-Request attribute (how to use with an example)

-Application attribute(how to call an attribute across different BSPs)

-Page attribute(usage of attribute within a page)

other attributes,if any ,and how I can use each of them in my BSP application.

And also let me know how to use implicit objects(eg., page,application,session etc.,) things in my BSP page.

Please provide me information or link relating to usage of the above things.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Vishnu.

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  • Posted on Feb 02, 2007 at 03:34 PM

    <i>Request attribute (how to use with an example)</i>

    You use it as follows to <b>capture the event using REQU</b>EST

             DATA: event        TYPE REF TO if_htmlb_data.
             event = cl_htmlb_manager=>get_event_ex( request ).

    <b>To capture data using REQUEST</b>

     CALL METHOD REQUEST->GET_FORM_FIELD
              EXPORTING
                NAME  = 'your_elemnet_id'
              RECEIVING
                VALUE = V_VALUE.

    <i>Application attribute(how to call an attribute across different BSPs) & Page attribute(usage of attribute within a page)

    </i>

    <a href="/people/raja.thangamani/blog/2006/12/26/bsphow-to-navigation-between-bsp-applications-part-i: Navigation between BSP Applications: Part-I</a>

    <a href="/people/raja.thangamani/blog/2007/01/05/bsphow-to-navigation-between-bsp-applications-part-ii: Navigation between BSP Applications: Part-II</a>

    Hope this will help you lot.

    <i>* Reward each helpful answer</i>

    Raja T

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