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BSP application integrated into a web application item (WAD)

Dear BW-SEM guru,

It would like to know if it is possible to merge into a same page a planning layout (a BSP application) with a BW query/report ... ?

If so, how to synchronize the refresh process for the two objects ?

May you have a track here to point in ?

May i have to deal we the se80 to add a specific abap code/javascript code in the BSP application or may i have on the opposite to deal with the Web Application Designer in order to integrate a BSP application as a web application item and how ?

Thanks a lot for your answer.

Best regards, Michel.

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    Posted on Mar 22, 2004 at 07:09 PM

    Hi Michel,

    This is tricky since, as you point out SEM uses BSPs whereas BW uses HTML/JavaScript and the Web App Designer. In transaction SICF if you drill down into the hierarchy you notice that SEM and BW web reports use two different services /sap/bc/bsp and /sap/bw/bex repectively. This precludes the combination of both methods on one page since different HTTP request processors are used.

    A potential work around maybe the use of a HTML page with multiple iFrames -- each frame pointing to one SEM and one web application. Hope that helps.


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    • Hi,

      You can use the iframe technology as follows:

      Build a web interface in the WIB. The include a subcomponent type "text/image/html", set the property "html" to "true". Choose the F4 help for the text and the option "Edit long text" (third radio button...). You can now enter the html statement for an iframe containing the web query.

      If you want to see the changes you have made in the planning layout you have to press "Save" first as the query does not read the data from the planning buffer. Be aware that the iframe technology (as far as I know) currently only works in the internet explorer.

      Best regards,


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