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xMII v12 Sample Project in SDN Downloads

I downloaded and installed the xMII v12 Sample Project from SDN. Hoping to use it to gain a better understanding of the workbench.

I followed the instructions provided and was able to successfully import the project, and setup the required datasources. However I began getting errors such as 'Template not found'. After some digging I was able to figure out the problem.

The project installs as 'Sample', with all files deployed under the 'Sample' root. Unfortunately when the root is referenced within the htm, irpt etc... files it is spelled out as 'Samples' causing the template not found errors.

Here's some html from OrdersSPC.htm, notice VALUE="Samples/SPC/Ord..."

<APPLET NAME="SPCChart" CODEBASE="/XMII/Classes" CODE="iSPCChart" ARCHIVE="illum8.zip" WIDTH="760" HEIGHT="460" MAYSCRIPT>
<PARAM NAME="QueryTemplate" VALUE="Samples/SPC/OrdersSPCQuery">
<PARAM NAME="DisplayTemplate" VALUE="Samples/SPC/OrdersSPCChart">
</APPLET>

Although changing all the 'Samples' to 'Sample' did give me some time to better understand the workbench, it just made me wish for a global find and replace function.

Is there something I'm missing? Would there have been a better way to fix this?

So the intent of my post is to bring this to someones attention so it can be fixed, and provide a resolution to anyone having the same difficulty.

Regards,

Rod Hoffman

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 04:00 PM

    Rod,

    If you are a customer/partner you can enter the feature request in CSS, then it will be officially reviewed/considered by our Solution Management team here at SAP.

    Sam

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