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BSP-MVC: How do I end an ICM Request (terminate BSP application)?

Hello Experts-

How do I log-off from BSP application? I want the user to click a link and end the ICM Request.

When the user clicks on a "Log off" link I can close the browser using JavaScript. But I think that that session stays active in SAP until it times out.

When I go into SM04 and log into my BSP application, I can see an ICM Req (Plugin HTTP) created for the logging-on user. When I close the browser and press refresh, that entry is still present.

What do I need to do in order to terminate a session by clicking on a link.

Thank you,

- Vik.

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2004 at 08:13 PM

    Hello Brian,

    Thank you. I will await your web-log on this topic.

    I found the BSP applications "SYSTEM" "SYSTEM_PRIVATE" and "SYSTEM_PUBLIC" to be of great help in this context.

    I am loading my application after the SYSTEM login application. This has given me a lot of capability and flexibility in session-handling.

    Thank you,

    - Vik.

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    • Former Member Brian McKellar

      Hello Brian,

      I did look at ITSM before I looked at SYSTEM. ITSM mentioned SYSTEM in the readme.txt file and thus I read it to understand the SYSTEM application as well.

      I also read your weblog and now I have a much clearer understanding of the issues concerning stateful applications, stateless applications and authentication. It is a well written weblog that made a lot of sense apropos the confusion in the web-development world regarding the matters of session handling.

      ITSM made a lot more sense to me after having gone through SYSTEM and also your weblog.

      I appreciate your help.

      Thank you,

      - Vik.

  • Posted on Jun 07, 2004 at 07:09 PM
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    Look at BSP application ITSM. I will try to write something on this soon.

    ++bcm

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