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IC Webclient - PCUI Transaction Launcher - CRM5.0

Hi,

I'm trying to create a PCUI transaction using the transaction launcher from the IC webclient. I have configured the 'Transaction Launcher' using the wizard for a 'Sales Order Search - '.

Application - CRMD_BUS2000115_F4

View - Default

Object Type - BUS2000115

The problem is, when i run the IC WC, and click on the link from the navigation bar, it gives me an error "Execution not possible; data flow errors" and displays a blank page within the IC WC window. If i click on the link again, it shows the page with all the grayed out fields.

Please let me know how to resolve this issue.

Thanks,

VSingh.

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  • Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 10:18 AM

    Hi VSingh,

    Look at to-get-the-business-transaction-in-ic-web-client maybe it helps you.

    Regards.

    Manuel

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 04:42 PM

    If you make the changes given in that weblog,you would not get this error.

    Make sure that you locate the correct action implementation class and make changes correctly.

    Thanks,

    Thirumala.

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      Hi Thirumala,

      When you say 'Make sure that you locate the correct action implementation class and make changes correctly', I hope you meant the class that was created by the wizard at the time of PCUI link creation. This class implements IF_CRM_IC_ACTION_HANDLER' interface and extends CL_CRM_IC_ABOX_ABSTRACT_PCA' superclass.

      I have modified IF_CRM_IC_ACTION_HANDLER~PREPARE_DATA_FLOW method as mentioned in your other thread with the following entry:

      me->gv_data_flow_complete = abap_true.

      but still no luck...

      Please let me know if any other settings/changes required.

      Appreciate your help!!

      Thanks,

      Vsingh..

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