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Can we pass WD Input values to Transaction IVIEW?

Hi,

I want to pass the input values which user inputs in WD to Transaction iview and run the same in background?

Basically what I did is created a report which uses FP_JOB_OPEN ,FP_JOB_CLOSE Function modules and which generates PDF forms.

Now For user I want to create a WD application with Select-options and when they press the search button I want to send these inputs and run the report in background .

Later User will get pdf's in spool.

Any ideas?

rgds

Vara

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2009 at 04:32 AM

    Hello Vara,

    You can pass those parameter values to the i-view parameters, and accept them in the new WD application, provided you have the parameters in the application you are triggering to. that can be send from the calling action along with the pcd concatenating the new parameters with "'&".

    Hope this helps!

    Regards

    Senon

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2009 at 08:19 AM

    Hi,

    Here's a blog that explains how to launch a SAP transaction iView with parameters : [How to launch SAP transaction & pass parameters via URL|http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs;jsessionid=%28J2EE3417700%29ID0625555150DB11170234485560646958End?blog=/pub/wlg/2510].

    And here's how I do it in WD Java (should be quite similar in WD ABAP) :

    WDPortalNavigation.navigateAbsolute(
    	"ROLES://portal_content/com.sap.pct/templates/iviews/com.sap.portal.sap_transaction_iview",
    	WDPortalNavigationMode.SHOW_EXTERNAL,
    	"",
    	"",
    	WDPortalNavigationHistoryMode.NO_HISTORY,
    	null,
    	null,
    	null,
    	"System=BWD&TCode=SMEN&GuiType=WinGui&WinGui_Type=Shortcut",
    	false,
    	true);

    Regards,

    Pierre

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