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Usinig RF Transactions like LM02 with ITSMobile

Hello Everybody, as i realised WebSAPConsole is obsolete. There are wonderful new alternatives like ITSMobile and the MI. But I'm kind of concenrned.

There is no information about how to use the good old LM transactions in the context of ITSMobile or the other approaches.

Do I have to develop/rewrite the LM Transations all by myself?

Can somebody give me a hint?

best regards

roland

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2007 at 05:34 PM

    Hi Roland,

    The way is easy:

    You must generate for all dynpros the HMTL Templates.

    For more information search all posts I opend in the past.

    Bye

    Christoph

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      Hi Cristoph, you're really great.I published all the dynpros I need in order to work with lm* trx and its mobile and I created an internet service in sicf but I 've got this dump:

      The template "templates\system\dm\templatelibrarydynpro.html" contains syntax

      errors and could therefore not

      be compiled.

      Cause of error: the token "(" ("(") could not be recognized.

      The syntax error is located in line: 206, column: 25

      The erroneous HTMLB line is:

      | " inithandlerscript();"

      but in my html code ihave notinithandlerscript();" or token"(" ("(") .

      Do I miss any step i don't know? thank you very much for your help. Regards Valerio

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 10:00 AM

    OK, it's understood, there is no other way but learning by mistakes or finding different approach to rf transactions.

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