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BSP applications -Upgrade to 2004s

Hi ,

When we execute BSP application in 2004s, we get a java script error "Error: Object expected" and URL of the target page is given in the error info.

These applications were working fine with our earlier version SEM 3.2

some standard BSP applications like SBSPEXT_BSP also give the same error when executed with 2004s version of SEM.

Please let me know how to go about this.

thanks & regards,


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    Posted on Mar 02, 2007 at 10:12 PM


    A lot of times we just rectified such issues by <b>Re-Activating</b> the application.



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  • Posted on Mar 03, 2007 at 08:13 AM

    make sure all relevant SICF entries are activated, and reactivate your application . if still problem persists.

    run the application.(reach the page where you get this js error) and use browser file->save as to save this to your desktop. this would create a html file and a folder in your desktop. go to the folder and it should have few js files. double click them. if there is not js error nothing will happen. but if there is some js error then they would throw error dialog.

    how to solve this.

    with the found info on which js file, which line has got problem , search oss for a possible soultion

    fix it your self and reload the js to the system (this will get overwritten when upgrading)

    or raise oss



    dont forget to close/reply to your previous threads


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    Durairaj Athavan Raja

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