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Path not found in SICF


I have copied component IOS_TEST_SPREADSHEET_MS to Z component in order to display my own data in officecontrol element.

In WDDOMODIFYVIEW method i have found data declaration as:

data:url TYPE string VALUE '/SAP/BC/WebDynpro/SAP/PUblic/BC/ssr/uuielibs/office_integration/iosdemohelloworld.xls',

urlxml TYPE string VALUE '/SAP/BC/WebDynpro/SAP/PUblic/BC/ssr/uuielibs/office_integration/testxmlexportsimple.xml'.

which i guess is data source to this component. However when im checking in t code SICF i m not able to get '/PUblic/BC/ssr/uuielibs/office_integration/iosdemohelloworld.xls'. we have SICF-> /SAP/BC/WebDynpro/SAP/ but donot have other subdirectories inside this. can anybody explain what could be the reason. Also, when im executing this Z component it is giving me correct output in officecontrol UI element that means there is no chance that im mising these directories in my system.



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    Posted on Jan 27, 2010 at 11:43 AM


    You shouldn't be searching in SICF. These refer to objects in the MIME repository.

    Select SE80 and select MIME repository. Browse as per your path here; you should be able to find the objects.

    Best Regards,

    Loveline Thomas.

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