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SAPGUI Remote control

I have a problem.

A SAP material number are displayed on a normal HTML web page. Now I need a function, which opens a new SAPGUI-Modus (normal SAPGUI) und starts the transaction MM03 (for example) for this material number. The user is already announced in SAP R/3

Who has experience with this kind of SAPGUI Remote control.

I am very grateful for help.

Best Regards

Bernd Winkmann

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2004 at 01:14 PM

    Hi Bernd,

    well, "remote controlling" a local SAPGUI does sound rather non-trivial. I would instead suggest the following approach:

    Create a hyperlink for your material number that will launch an instance of the Application Integrator-iView ( (resp. URL Generator if working with EP5). Now, add the GET-parameter "System", which points to a system alias as defined in the system landscape. Last not least, you can send the material number to R/3 by simply adding dynpro params to the URL.

    Hence, a typical URL might look like this:

    "*XD03 RF02D-BUKRS=1000;RF02D-KUNNR=&GuiType=WinGUI"

    By doing so btw, your users don't have to be logged on previously to R/3 as the portal's SSO mechanism will take care of this automatically.

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