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Interactive Form in GP

Hi Guys,

Need some help here. Could anyone please explain to me the use of setting "http.server.base.url" in the J2EE Engine? And if i have set the above parameter accordingly, what will happen if i then assign

"%com.sap.caf.gp.if.PostProcessorUrl%" to the Submit button in Adobe form? Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 01:04 PM

    Hi,

    the http.server.base.url parameter stands for the base URL of the AS Java instance on which GP runs. For example, http://localhost:50000.

    On the other hand, setting "%com.sap.caf.gp.if.PostProcessorUrl%" to the Submit button of forms means that you want to use synchronous connection (through HTTP) to submit completed forms back to the system.

    In effect, you should set the first parameter to be able to use this HTTP method of submission. This way, the servlet on the GP side will be able to receive and process the form request.

    HTH

    Regards, Petja

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      yes, once a submit button is pressed on an Adobe form, its info is sent to the GP framework. As soon as it is processed and the current action is marked as completed, you should be able to view the next activity in the GP runtime. If you have a screen saying something like: The next activity is not available yet..., you should choose the Refresh button.

      And, it should not matter if your next step is another form or just a different type of callable object, as long as you mapped input/output parameters of both activities correctly.

      HTH:)

      Regards, Petja

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