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Calling BSP page within Function Module

Hi BSP gurus,

Can someone explain the complete process of calling an BSP page inside an Function module and the navigation between BSP pages with parameters which belongs to one BSP application?

Basically BSP page opens in an web browser, How can i call BSP page inside FM and run the FM? Will it popup the Browser to show the BSP page?

For eg: In the First BSP Page i show list of Orders (Report like structure) and when i click a particular order it should take the order number and related data to another BSP page(Form like structure).

Thanks in advance


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    Posted on Nov 24, 2004 at 03:23 AM

    To start with, is an <b>ABAP program</b> going to call a <b>BSP Application</b> ? If yes, then I have no idea.(Updated 1 minute later, just checked the message below this and there is a weblog too. Wow . Check out this weblog /people/thomas.jung3/blog/2004/08/26/updated-calling-a-bsp-application-from-a-sapgui-transaction )

    However if the scenario is something like this, probably my 2 cents worth thought could help you.

    a) You have a BSP application and you have two pages , <b>A</b> and <b>B</b>. If you click a particular <b>url</b>(hotspot) in <b>page A</b>, you would want to do some processing in a <b>Function Module</b> and then go to <b>page B</b>.

    If this is what your doubt is, then there is no need to call a BSP page from a function module.

    From Page A, you transfer the necessary values to page B, and in the On Request event of Page B, call the function module and display the values.

    Another way around is, in page A, On Input Processing, call the Function Module, use the Navigation->set_parameters and set all the attributes of the new page and call navigation->goto_page('B.htm').


    Subramanian V.

    Message was edited by: Subramanian Venkateswaran

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