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MIME questions

OK, here's a couple of questions regarding MIME objects...

1. 2 MIMEs can have the same name in a BSP! Example is BSP Application CRM_BSP_FRAME in CRM 4.0, which has MIMEs/scripting/F4_Help.js listed twice. Of course the technical attributes show different document IDs, but which one gets "chosen," I wonder? This seems to be a bug. I tried export/import to another BSP of these 2 MIMEs, and the second import failed due to duplicate naming. The question is: which of these MIMEs is "live?" Is this a bug?

2. In the JavaScript on a live web page, I see a reference to a MIME object that looks like this: src="/sap/public/bsp/sap/htmlb/events.js". However, if I use the MIME repository in SE80, I do not see a directory structure that looks like /SAP/PUBLIC/BSP/SAP/HTML. In fact there is SAP/PUBLIC but no BSP folder underneath. So where can I see this MIME object?

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2004 at 09:01 AM

    Hi Paul,

    the mystery of the same mime names can be explained with the "PHIO/LOIO" concept of MIME-Repositry and the possibitly to use "THEMES" for each bsp.

    The mime repository makes a difference between the "Physical Object" (PHIO) and the "Logical Object" (LOIO). You can have more than one PHIO wich are bound to one LOIO - I hope this is a correct high level explanation. If anyone has more details -please share them with us.

    In each BSP you can "re-define" an image with another one without changing your code or the mime-source - onyl with applying a new theme. In the Theme you can define new images for old ones.

    Check the documention of "Mime-Repository" and "BSP-Themes".

    For your second question I don't have an explanation - but maybe there's an alias defined which can't be fined the way you used.

    Regards, Bernd

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    Posted on Mar 21, 2004 at 10:23 PM

    Hello Paul,

    maybe i can answer your 2nd question.

    Have a look to transaction "sicf". There you can find the URL structures which you was looking for.

    Behind the service, you can see the re directory in the mime rep.

    Regards

    marcus

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