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Hi Experts,

Im new to BSP.

I created two views and two controllers.

From the First view I created one URL. Like,

<i><table cellpadding=1>

<tr height=30>

search.htm">

<font color="yellow"> Search </font></a>

</td>

</table></i>

Then I wrote this code DO_HANDLE_EVENT of first conroller.

<i>DATA : STATUS(10).

DATA : MODEL TYPE REF TO ZVIJI_BOOK_SEARCH .

STATUS = HTMLB_EVENT->ID.

IF STATUS = 'search'.

CALL METHOD MODEL->DO_REQUEST(

).

ENDIF.</i>

Second controller(search.do) I already wrote code for calling corresponding view(search.do).

But When I click the "Search" in First view it shows the error like,

<b>SAP Note:

The following error text was processed in the system:

BSP exception: Object search.htm in URL sap/z15_256_ex6/search.htm is a view. Start the corresponding controller.

How can I recover this Error?

Please any one help me on this issue.

Thanks,

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 11:44 AM

    Hi Experts,

    I can't align the sentence correctly. I align the sentenses but it displays like this only.

    Sorry for the inconvience.

    Thanks.

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 08:05 AM

    Hi Viji,

    It looks like you're trying to access your second page by using a regular html tag via link but instead you'll need to access the controller which will create the view.

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