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Shopping cart in GUI

Hi All,

We are on SRM 4.0 and use punch out catalogs.

Can I create a shopping cart using a catalog from GUI?

For one requirement I want to debug the case and find the solution.

Or else can I debug in portal for a shopping cart using a catalog/

Will appreciate help in this

Nitin

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  • Posted on Aug 28, 2008 at 07:05 AM

    Hi

    best way try to create a SC via web. I believe you can debug via portal.

    Debuging technique discussed here

    debugging

    how-to-debug-sos-template

    regards

    Muthu

    Edited by: Muthuraman Govindasamy on Aug 28, 2008 9:12 AM

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  • Posted on Aug 28, 2008 at 09:46 AM

    Hi Nitin,

    please do the following:

    - Via SE80 display the function group BBP_SC_APP (rel. 3.X: BBP_SC)

    - Choose subroutine catalog_content_get (rel. 3.X: get_catalog_content)

    - Enter into function BBP_WS_IMPORT_SC_DATA (rel:3.X BBP_GET_CATALOG_CONTENT)

    - Set a breakpoint after the CALL FUNCTION u2019WSI_IMPORT_DATAu2019 (rel. 3.X: BBP_WS_IMPORT_DATA)

    - Call transaction BBPSC01 or BBPPU99

    - Type ADDI and hit enter

    - Change sy-subrc to 0

    - Populate internal table LT_OCI_ITEM_DATA (rel. 3.X: catalog_content)

    - Populate iv_webservice_id (rel.3.X gv_catalogid) with a valid value from table BBP_CAT_ENTITY

    Kind regards,

    Peter

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2008 at 03:25 PM

    Hi Nitin,

    As per your query, hope you want to create Shopping Cart from GUI. For that you have to execute the T-code BBPSC01 from SAP Easy Acces screen.

    From portal also you can debug.

    To do that you have to set the External debugger for the related User and put the break point whereever you want.

    Thanks

    Shraman

    Edited by: shraman saha on Sep 3, 2008 9:25 AM

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2008 at 10:03 PM

    Hi Niin,

    put an external break point at the place where you want to start debugging from and then execute the functionality from the browser, then a new debugging session is opened.

    You have to put the external break point with the same id you are logging into the browser. To put a external debugging follow the steps:

    select settings from utilities menu then goto debugging tab and activate external debugging enter the user id you are using.

    hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Ravi G

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2008 at 08:13 AM

    Hi Nitin,

    From SAP GUI it will not allow to create a shopping cart.How ever if you want to create a Shopping cart you can go to EBP brower and create a shopping cart from the catolog.

    You can debugg buy puting external debugging point in the source code for checking the transfer of items from catalog to SC.

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    • Hi,

      You can always use a tool HTTP watch to find the OCI parameters and the values that are transferred from the Catalog to the SRM application.

      Besides, if you need to check if the OCI values are tranferred properly, you can form the URL from the SPRO settings and run the SRM-MDM Catalog as a standalone application. But to debug the OCI, use the parameter hook_url=debug with the URL and when you click the Transfer button in the catalog, the product master HTML is dsplayed.

      Hope this helps.

      Regards,

      Sherfu

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