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How to display R/3 any Transaction into BSP Pages

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how to display our R/3 t.code Using BSP Pages. Say for example WHEN I EXECUTE my <b>BSP Page</b> it should be display any one of our <b>R/3 T.code</b> and After i enter the all values it should be <b>update my R/3</b> <b>T.code Databes table</b>.Plz how to do it and if any one having the <b>coding</b> plz send me it's very very <b>urgent</b>.

thanks in advance

Regards,

Saravanan.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2004 at 09:58 AM

    Look we all like to help but "urgent" doesn't get anything any faster.

    So what exactly do you mean by R/3 TCode? Are you asking how to run a transaction?

    I would suggest you read this tutorial: https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.km.cm.docs/documents/a1-8-4/exploring bsp development and the miniwas.htm

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  • Posted on Nov 24, 2004 at 03:13 PM

    It sounds like more of what you want is the ITS and the WebGui. This tool will screen scape (so to speak) any existing R/3 transaction and expose it as a webpage. It is a fairly easy tool to setup (completely integrated in the WebAS in 640).

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    • This is really a function of the ITS with its delivered service WebGui. If you are on a full WebAS 640, then you have the ITS and WebGui integrated in your system. It has its own service node in SICF. There is tons of informtion on SDN, on-line help, and the Service Marketplace on ITS, Itegrated ITS, and WebGui.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2004 at 04:07 PM

    There are two approaches..

    1. As thomas suggested you can have ITS installed which is configured to connect to the R/3 back end and have the SAPGUI for HTML installed in the ITS. this way you can access most of the R/3 transactions through webbrowser by supplying the ITS URL.

    2. If you want to achieve this using BSP, there is no way you can access the R/3 transaction directly. BSP is the method by which you develop the application to bring it through the Browser.

    Here you create your own ABAP Objects or identify/use existing BAPI's that serve the functionality of the R/3 transaction you are looking for and create the layout using BSP technolgy to present it to the user to input the values. When the user wants to save the data, then call the BAP or your custom ABAP code to save the data onto R/3.

    Hope this clarifies your question.

    -Suresh

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