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Page cannot be displayed Error

I am having about 10 Test Users which I use for portals/MSS testing. A peculiar problem is occuring. For some Test Users I am getting the iviews displayed nicely and for some users error like "Page cannot be displayed" is coming for the same iview. For different users different iviews are giving this same error.

FOr my own user ID I am not getting this error in any iview.

Do you guys have any idea why this is happening.


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    Posted on Apr 30, 2004 at 06:37 AM


    Without logs or source i can only guess... Do you use the standard mss/ess iviews from SAP (ISR Framework?) or have you created your own iViews or your own iViews based on the ISR?

    But are the users correctly created in the backend? Is the Infotyp 105 done (Username to Pernr)? And are those users in the Org-Management...

    Have you checked the permissions of the users? Do they have the necessary HR entries?



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      Yes I am using the standard MSS iviews. These Test users were created for only testing portals and MSS. They exist in OM and having all the necessary HR entries.

      The problem is some of the users are working fine.

      Do you think this can be some kinda bug in MSS.



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