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Tag "tableView" contains invalid attribute values.


I'm working my way through the BSP extension examples in the WAS programming book, and keep getting the following error every time I use the tableView extension:

<HTMLB:tableView>: (Attribute=columnCount) The attribute does not exist. (Compile time validation error).

Tag "tableView" contains invalid attribute values.

The error occurs even when I try to activate one of the built-in example BSP applications in the miniBSP. Is it my installation that lacks something, or is this a known error?

I'm on XP Pro, Explorer 6, miniBSP (6.20)...


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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2003 at 04:04 PM

    As always s... strange things happen in the last minute and when providing the Mini SAP system a serious bug entered it shortly before the CDs have been pressed.

    (For those with OSS access the solution is described in Note 621674)

    Here's how to proceed:

    Edit the method INITIAL_CHECKS of the class CL_BSP_ELEMENT_CT_ATTR_VALID

    and delete following three three lines:

    IF attribute_info IS INITIAL.

    me->Error( name = name msg = 'Der Attribute existier nicht. (Compile Time Validation Error)'(009) ).


    You will be asked to create a transport request for this modification (do it) . Don't forget to activate the changed class!

    Restart the se80 and activate the whole BSP application again. Then it works.

    Its probably a good idea to release the created transport request (se09).

    best regards,


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