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ABAP Web Dynpro Window Inactive After Closing Popup Window

Hello ABAP'ers

I have a custom ABAP Web dynpro applications that uses multiple tiers of popup windows. This application was functioning properly in our ECC6.0, Basis release 7.00 Service level 15 environment. However, we are currently installing EHP4 and moving or basis release to 7.01 service level 5. In this new environment, when multiple popup window tiers are closed simultaneously, the underlining window is not re-activated.

Here's a more specific description:

The application starts with a control panel window presenting a series of buttons. Selecting one of these buttons activates a modal (I know... all web dynpro popups are modal) popup window for the purpose of maintaining some object. If the user attempts to exit this window without saving the changes, another popup window appears asking if they want to save their changes. If they say no, both the popup window asking the question and the popup maintenance window are closed, thus returning the user to the switchboard.

The problem is that none of the functionality on the switchboard is active. the user must manually refresh the URL to "reactivate" the switchboard.

When only a single popup window is closed, the underlying window is properly reactivated. The problem only occurs when multiple popups are closed together.

Has anybody else seen this occur? Any ideas / notes around to correct it?

Any info is greatly appreciated.

R/

Jim M

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 11:55 AM

    Hello Jim, hello everyone,

    I am encountering the same issue.

    Is a solution known already?

    Thanks

    Johannes

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