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Changing BSP-MVC Layouts

Hi all.

I was changing the Theme for my BSP Application. I followed the steps described in the portal ( but i have this problem:

"i created the theme in my package, i assigned it to my BSP application (like it is described in the mentioned link), i imported the standar .CSS, i redefined the CSS used by my browser (Change the colors and others properties)... ok that works wonderfull !!!!!! i see the HTML code generated and see that the class .CSS is transfered to my package but when i change the htmlb:content of my BSP using the parameter DESIGN (CLASSIC, DESIGN2002, DESIGN2003):

<b><htmlb:content id="ComponentTest"

design = "DESIGN2003" ></b>

i see the HTML code generated again and see that the class .CSS is not transfered to my package, it's calling the standard .CSS and don't take my changes."

Ok i find other way to change it:

- i created a copy of the estandar mime for DESIGN2002 and others used by my application, pass the parameters "THEMEROOT = /SAP/PUBLIC/..." in the htmlb:content and it's working... but why it's working without use CLASSIC, DESING2002, DESIGN2003 ? Why i can't use the first method described in the url if i used one of the DESIGN ?

Maybe a OSS note ?

If any one have information about please reply me.


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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2004 at 07:55 PM

    Look at <htmlb:content themeRoot>. Some of our examples SBSPEXT_HTMLB or HTMLB_SAMPLES contains examples to switch the theme. For design2003 we ship a few predefined themes.


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