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Can i do batch input with BSP

Hello forum reader,

This is my first post here and hope some of you could enlighten me in this problem i am considering.

We have input screens that is only displayed with BSP on browser for user to input their data. If i need to input a mass set of data and i would like to use batch input session (like the one use in ABAP screen) to simulate the entering for the data.

Is it possible?

Thank you.

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2004 at 05:36 AM

    Hello,

    you can do it with the CPAN Module for Perl: HTTP::Request::Form. Documentation at http://cpan.uwinnipeg.ca/htdocs/HTTP-Request-Form/HTTP/Request/Form.html.

    Regards

    Gregor

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2004 at 07:34 AM

    There is no official technique to make batch input will work with BSP.

    I like the Perl idea.

    You can also consider to write a SE38 report, using the HtmlViewer, and then writing code to drive the browser to achieve what you want to do. I have made similar examples in previous weblogs. However, you are still missing about 50% of the code to make it work.

    Personally I think that this is NOT worth the effort. BSP is probably 80+% UI work, and very little code to pick up the data and do something with it. Why not just copy this bits and pieces of code into a report and write you own manual import. I can not think that it will be all that difficult.

    ++bcm

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