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Testing OTR in MiniWAS 620 system - is it possible?

Hi,

It is possible to test OTR in a MiniWAS 6.20 system?

I would like to play around based on this great weblog:

/people/thomas.jung3/blog/2004/07/13/bsp-150-a-developer146s-journal-part-vii--dealing-with-multiple-languages-english-german-spanish-thai-and-polish

I added to my page this code:

<htmlb:textView ><otr>Welcome</otr></htmlb:textView>

I translated it into DE.

I set the user logon setting (in SU01) to DE, but it didn't work.

Most probable I have to logon via BSP as it described here:

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/1d/13c73cee4fb55be10000000a114084/frameset.htm

However, in MiniWAS I couldn't manage to configure SSO, because of this:

BSP HTMLB_samples in MiniWAS 6.20?

Is there another way to testing OTR?

Eg. setting the display language dynamically via a method?

Thanks in advance,

Peter Inotai

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    Jul 27, 2004 at 11:39 AM

    Hi Peter,

    Normally, I set the language from the browser itself. make sure your language of choice is the first on the list, close all your browser and go to you application. The language from the browser will be picked up automatically.

    Regards,

    Iwan

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    • yes, this is correct! The language is usually pulled from the browser. Actually there is about seven steps to decide this, I can never remember them.

      What I do not understand is why you need the SSO2 cookies? If only for our system logon application, then you can change this. Just go into transaction SICF, and change the ICF nodes of your test application. (Who ever put the SYSTEM app into a new test program?)

      The alternative technique is to first run a BSP application that has no SYSTEM app configured. Add ?sap-language=XX onto URL before pressing enter. (The language is mangled into url.) You get a popup for basic authentication. Run app.

      Now change the URL to start your previous application. Because browser still has basic authentication (and DO NOT delete the mangling), it will send this information to server. Thus authentication information is available, and SYSTEM application is not started.

  • Jul 27, 2004 at 12:37 PM

    Hi Iwan & Brian,

    Thanks for the ideas! I'll try them.

    Peter

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