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Call transaction iView dynamically

Hello Portal experts,

I have an requirement to create a WDA application which shows a list of R3 backend systems. The user should be linked to the backend system (using SSO) by selecting a system out of the list.

I tried to call a transaction iView, that works fine but the system property in iView settings is static and I don't like to create for each new backend system an transaction iView.

What I need is a more dynamic way to call a SAP backend system from the Portal / WDA.

Has anybody an idea for that issue?


Kind regards


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    Posted on Jun 30, 2009 at 04:18 PM

    Use -PAR file in the SAP Portal

    Create your own par file with this below sample code.

    IPortalComponentURI componentURI = request.createPortalComponentURI(); 
    		String url = componentURI.toString()+"?System=BACKENDSYSTEM&TCode=SE38&GuiType=WinGui&WinGui_Type=Shortcut&OkCode=SHOP&ApplicationParameter=RS38M-PROGRAMM=ZTEST001;RS38M-FUNC_TEXT=X" ;

    check this below blog for more info:


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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 07:57 AM

    Solved - using Portal Navigation API Framework in WDA

    Edited by: Axel Mohnen on Jul 21, 2009 9:57 AM

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