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Passing the application specific URL : sap-cssurl

Dear Gurus,

I have designed a new theme and copied to the server and I want to use this new theme only for one application. For this, I am trying to pass the parameter sap-cssurl to my WD application by going to the application properties->New->Self defined-> and when I give the name as sap-cssurl

I get the following message : The identifier sap-cssurl is not valid, it may only consist of the characters a..z, A..Z, 0..9, _ and .

Can you please advice me how can I pass the URL parameter sap-cssurl to my WD application.



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    Posted on Feb 23, 2008 at 07:43 AM
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      I need help on the same thing.

      As Satyajit Chakraborty replied,

      I have added the url of new theme in application parameter of Iview. It is still not working. But If i add the same url manually in browser, it is working fine. I want to put it in Iview.

      The parameter i am using is Sap-cssurl. i am getting the old theme in dynpro even though i have put the url which workled manually in application parameter. Please help me with the solution.

      Thanks and Regards

      -Shabir Rahim.

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