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Exception: CX_BSP_VIEW_FORBIDDEN

Hello,

did anybody know anything about this exception.

It is raised when we're leaving our BSP-application

with a link (HREF:....) to a page with flow-logic (logoff.htm). So on the WAS a Dump is created.

The hole application is written with MVC-technologie!?

I would be very happy if somebody could help me!?

Thanks so long!!

Heinz

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2004 at 04:41 PM

    First things first please debug your application and determine the exact spot it bombs out.

    <a href="/people/brian.mckellar/blog/2004/06/11/bsp-trouble-shooting-getting-help">BSP Trouble Shooting: Getting Help</a>

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2004 at 07:15 PM

    Are you sure that the page in your link is a page with flow-logic. I did a where used on this exception class and only found one place in CL_BSP_RUNTIME where this exception is raised (Line 134 of the ON_CHECK_BSP method). It appears to check to see what type of BSP is being requested. If it is type 'V' (View) then this error is raised. This makes since if what you are calling is a view. A view can't be called directly on the URL - it always has to be called through the controller.

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      Hi Heinz,

      If you have created logoff.htm as a view, you will get this Error. You can't call the view directly. Always view is attached to the controller and controller is called to display the view layout.

      In your case create logoff.htm as a page with Flow Logic and then use it in your application. It should work.

      Hope this works.

      -Suresh

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