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How to declare the parameter for launching webdynpro from UWL

Hi all gurus,

I am currently trying to launch a web dynpro ABAP from a workitem in the Portal UWL.

I have read through Ginger Gattling Blogs but limited information is provided. It did not state the most important information:

How to declare a parameter to read the workitem ID (WI_ID) return from the UWL.

Please kindly provide me with the steps I should take to accomplish this.

Points will be awarded, thank you!

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 08:25 AM

    Hello,

    This question has been posted quite a couple of times. Please search in the forum.

    for reference,please find the link here :

    webdynpro-for-abap-and-workflow.

    Hope this helps.

    Best Regards,

    Saujanya

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 09:12 AM

    Hi,

    some steps are not mentioned clearly in Giger Gatling blog.

    1. in your wed dynpro application, there is a tab called inbound plugs, you have to declare a parameter called WI_ID type string

    2. HANDLEDEFAULT method - set a break point here and u can see the value in WI_ID. then u can the fn module to read the container values. ...

    2. make sure that you have declared an application parameter WI_ID (string).

    3. check ur SWFVISU entry is proper.

    tell me it it works.

    cheers

    jayanthi.K

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