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SAP Javascript functions e.g. SAPBWOpenURL

Has anyone tried to use one of these functions to enable command sequences, anyone know where to find some comprehensive documentation or provide a full example?



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    Posted on Feb 10, 2004 at 11:19 AM

    Hi Paul,

    please check the online documentation: (Documentation to SAPBWOpenURL) (Documentation on command sequences) (Complex Examples of Applications; Using several tab pages; Javascript function goto_tab)

    What exactly is missing in the documenation? Where do you have problems?



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      Hi Heike Guder:

      I remember reading your articles "Tips and Tricks For MySAP BI Web Applications". They are very helpful.

      I am at a client who are trying to integrate a bunch of BW Queries in to Portal. Their idea is if user clicks on a query table cell value, he should be able to drilldown, and another query result should be displayed. I am able to bring the queries in to portal and show them as pages. But I am stuck how to navigate from one query display iview to another, with a click of a button or a cell content. I read about Javascript commands etc. I know about context menus. But they don't want to use context menus.

      I came to know that I need to code some Table API for this which involves ABAP OO. But I can't code in ABAP. I can only code in Java, JavaScript, HTML etc. So is there a way, I can achieve the same result using Java etc ? If it is not possible to avoid ABAP code, how much effort it is for just to connect a BW query for a click on a table cell ?

      Thank you so much for your help,

      Prasad Nutalapati

      SAP America.

      US Mid West Region Consulting.

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