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SAP Widget Dev Tool - table example test

Hello,

I tried to follow the example described in SAP Enterprise Widgets Development Guide to display records in a 3-column table, containing FIRSTNAME, LAST_NAME, and BIRTHDATE. However, I get no records displayed in the widgets (after a time in which the blue sign shows that it's searching for data).

I have tried to debug it and I get the message "No selection criteria" for the PERSONAL_DATA_TABLE

I have tested the connection to the JCO service instance through the http://localhost:7531/SapMiddleTier/REST/ewcs/service/rfct/form link, to verify the ME_GET_CURRENT_USER_ID function, and it works.

The connection to JCO has also been tested through the Widget Foundation and is working.

Could anyone know what the problem might be, please?

Thanks

Roxana

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 07:11 AM

    hi,

    first check whether the data is available or not..using Se37 test the FM...then try with that...else try with different Fm which can do the similar process..

    thanks

    jaideep

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      hi,

      se37 is an SAP transaction code and it is used to test the function modules(FM).

      there give the FM to test whther the data is present in your system...

      then try it in widget...

      thanks

      jaideep

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