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Define resources - URL of Resource Object - ow to provide relative path URL

Hi Experts,

I have to display some HTML file stored in KM in the area page of Working Time. (Right side of the page).

For this we have created one iview(2fcom.mycompany.portal.iview.working_time_help) and one resource. I have also defined following in spro:



URL of Resource Object:
https://abc_dev.mycompany.com:50001/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtmode/preview/prtroot/pcd!
3aportal_content!2fcom.mycompany.all.folder.mycompany!2fcom.mycompany.ep.folder.enterprise_portal!
2fcom.mycompany.portal.folder.iviews!2fcom.mycompany.portal.folder.employee_self_service!
2fcom.mycompany.portal.folder.working_time!2fcom.mycompany.portal.iview.working_time_help?sap-config-mode=true

URL of Resource Path
ROLES://portal_content/com.mycompany.all.folder.mycompany/com.mycompany.ep.folder.enterprise_portal/
com.mycompany.portal.folder.roles/com.mycompany.portal.folder.employee_self_service/
com.mycompany.portal.role.employee_self_service/com.mycompany.portal.workset.employee_self_service/
com.mycompany.portal.workset.area_working_time/com.mycompany.portal.page.area_working_time

In this way the code is working fine in Development enviornment. The spro setting has been transported in Quality enviornment.

However the code is not working in Quality as for Quality the URL is like this https://abc_qua.mycompany.com:50001/

How I can define the URL in such a way that I don't have to hard code https://abc_dev.mycompany.com:50001?

Can I define relative path of URL?

Please help.

Regards,

Gary

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2009 at 10:50 AM

    Duplicate thread ... so closing it. Original thread is

    How to create relative URL for spro --> Define Resources -->URL of resource

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