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SAP Transaction IView is not rendering SAP transaction variants correctly

Hi together,

we use to collect our times the transaction cat2. All our employees use the portal to input their times.

So with the SAP Transaction IView template we make the cat2 available through the net to all our employees.

I built up a transaction variant from cat2 which is build for our special needs.

Problem: When I include this variant by the transaction iView template to our portal. the portal is not rendering correctly, when the GUI status in the backend changes.

If you switch from "input view" to "release view" the backend renders with this new GUI status the button "release times" in the button bar. When the portal server is rendering the transaction included by the sap transaction IView this new button for the "release view" is not rendered!!!

Things worked before fine (without transaction variant) and things work fine in the backend (for transaction variant).

Has anybody an idea, what could go wrong at this step?

Thanks in advance,


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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2009 at 05:18 PM


    I'm not sure If it will help, however if you say it works fine when launching the transaction from the backend, you can use

    WinGui ("SAPGUI for windows" with SSF technique) transaction iView, this way the application will be launched through the portal but will run outside the portal and as you describe it, it will probably solve the problem.



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      Hi Nadav,

      first of all thanks for your reply.

      What do you mean with "SSF technique"

      I cannot get the iview run with sap gui for windows, because it gets no connection to the backend.

      Do I have to put somewhere the SAP Router String? I can find no attribut in my iView, created from SAP IView Transaction template.

      Kind regards,


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