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Link or shortcut to R/3 transaction

Hi All!!

I am working with Web Dynpro Java.

One of the requirements is to access from my WDJ to a R/3 transaction (for example CJ20N). I have not ITS.

Is there any way to set a link or shortcut on the Web Dynpro Java to access to this transaction?

I think if I find an ABAP method or FM which execute a file, I could execute the .sap generated on the shortcut of the transaction, and accross XI I can use it on Web Dynpro Java.

Any help will be apreciated.

Thanks and regards,

Manuel Míguez.

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:32 PM

    Refer the below link: This is for BSP but certainly it should work for WDA with small modification.

    can-we-call-standard-transaction-from-bsp

    Raja T

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:47 PM

    First create a transaction iview for the transaction that you want to call .

    place a LinkToUrl UI element in the view of webdynpro

    In the onAction method write the following code.

    WDPortalNavigation.navigateAbsolute(

    <b>PCD location of your transaction iview</b>,

    WDPortalNavigationMode.SHOW_EXTERNAL,

    (String) null,

    (String) null,

    WDPortalNavigationHistoryMode.NO_DUPLICATIONS,

    (String) null,

    (String) null,

    null);

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi

      1)Login with Administrator role

      2) Goto Contenet Administrarion

      3)Create a New IView

      4)Select <b>SAP Transaction IView</b> from the list

      5)Specify the IView Name,IView ID,Description,Mention <b>Transaction ID</b> ,

      Add the IView to Page

      Page to WorkSet

      WorkSet to Role

      Best Regards

      Chaitanya.A

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