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Not able to save interactive Adobe Form data to SAP

Hi.

I created an Adobe Interactive form and created a submit button outside of the form (I tried inside as well.)

After entering data on to the form, I clicked save button (it suppose to execute bapi function to save data), but it is not saving data.

When I click the button, Wait icon pops up and goes through infinite loop. I tried break point in the method of onActionSubmit to see where it is failing, but it looks like it is not even going that far.

Anyone has any idea what I am doing wrong?

Thanks.

John

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    Sep 04, 2008 at 07:46 PM

    John,

    I assume that your form is native and of ZCI Layout.

    If so - then "wait" and "not going anywhere" looks like you don't have ContainerFoundation_JS JavaScript library in your form.

    You must insert the JavaScript library into the form if the form is ZCI layout.

    Go to SFP. Click Layout Tab. Then select Utilities -> Insert Web Dynpro Script in the SAP GUI menu bar.

    To see if the script has been inserted - check if you have ContainerFoundation_JS in Variables on the form Hierarchy.

    Regards,

    Tatyana.

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  • Sep 04, 2008 at 07:20 PM

    Hi John,

    I have 3 questions for u

    1. Is the button in the form or in the WD4A View?

    2. What is the displayType for the form - ActiveX or Native?

    3. What is the layout type for the form?

    Regards,

    Reema.

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    • Thanks.

      1. Is the button in the form or in the WD4A View?

      Button is in WD view, though I tried in the form as well.

      2. What is the displayType for the form - ActiveX or Native?

      Native

      3. What is the layout type for the form?

      Standard Layout

      FYI. I am using Web Dynpro ABAP (via SE80.)

      Click Layout Tab. Then select Utilities -> Insert Web Dynpro Script in the SAP GUI menu bar

      This menu item is not enabled.

      Do I need make form layout to ZCI Layout even though I am using Dynpro for ABAP?

      When I tried to select ZCI Layout, it says "Check the Web Dynpro Script of the layout.

      Edited by: John Lee on Sep 5, 2008 1:29 PM

  • Sep 05, 2008 at 11:28 AM

    Thanks.

    1. Is the button in the form or in the WD4A View?

    Button is in WD view, though I tried in the form as well.

    2. What is the displayType for the form - ActiveX or Native?

    Native

    3. What is the layout type for the form?

    Standard Layout

    FYI. I am using Web Dynpro ABAP (via SE80.)

    Click Layout Tab. Then select Utilities -> Insert Web Dynpro Script in the SAP GUI menu bar

    This menu item is not enabled.

    Do I need make form layout to ZCI Layout even though I am using Dynpro for ABAP?

    When I tried to select ZCI Layout, it says "Check the Web Dynpro Script of the layout.

    Edited by: John Lee on Sep 5, 2008 1:29 PM

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    Nov 02, 2008 at 01:28 AM

    Hi John,

    I am a newbie to Interactive Adobe forms and a functional person. So far what I have got from forums and documentation is that i don't need to know coding in order to create an interactive form. I was wondering if you know any tutorial on how to create interactive form using Form builder? Also, I will really appreciate if you could provide me any information on end-to-end process with interactive forms. That is, how do I allow end uses to use it, fill it and submit it online and then how do I save the data in SAP once it is submitted?

    I will really appreciate any input on this.

    Thanks,

    Kunal

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