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BW Query and BSP application

How to call a BW internet query from a BSP application and send parameters to the query from my bsp page ?

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    Posted on Apr 28, 2004 at 07:02 PM

    HI Jerome,

    you have to use the BEx Service URL:

    /SAP/BW/BEX?CMD=LDOC&TEMPLATE_ID=Templateid&query=&infocube

    now you can put all Parameters to the URL you want

    (look at WEP API Reference for Documentation)

    Regards Marcus

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2004 at 02:23 PM

    Danke Marcus. Bist du deutsch ? 😉

    Also, WEB API not WEP API I presume ...

    Thank

    Jerome

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    • Former Member Sjaak Waarts

      Hi ,

      Do you have a look at the object page in your BSP application (in debug ) , i think you can find your answers in.

      Also I have a question concerning the URL . I made a BSP application with BW and inside we launch automaticly BW WEb report and for this we don't find any other solution than make a link with the complete URL ( host , port, protocol ) and for this we use the method COnstruct_BSP_url. If you have any other solution can you explain me.

      Thanks in advance .

      Bertrand

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2004 at 08:14 AM

    To Marcus : Thx. But I have to send 3 parameters. The issue is I would like hidden 1 parameter (Customer numbers). Is it possible to send parameter by a other way than URL (like : &param1=xxx) ? I prefer to send a form POST method to the Internet Query !

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