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Passing portal user id at runtime to SAP Transaction Iview

I am using EP 6 SP 2 on J2EE Engine . Now I want to pass the user-id of the portal user at runtime to the SAP Transaction Iview on SAP GUI for html on ITS . If anyone has done it through the portal content studio . If so , how to go abt it ? Otherwise , what is the simplest way to go about it ?

Besides can anyone guide me how to download an iview from the portal , upload it to Netweaver Developer studio and do neccessary changes and then dowload and upload into potal server .

Thanks in Advance and a happy new year to all

Jyotirmoy

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  • Posted on Dec 30, 2004 at 08:13 AM

    Hello Jyotirmoy,

    for what do you need the portal user id in the SAP Transaction iView? When you have enabled SSO then the user will be automatically logged on to the SAP System.

    Regards

    Gregor

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2005 at 08:45 AM

    Imagine a Iview called MyBills which brings all payments for that user from backend R3 system ...Now if i can pass the user id at runtime .. then the iview will pick the data for that user and display ...He will be able to see his bills only ..

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    Jyotirmoy

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    Posted on Jun 23, 2005 at 09:02 AM

    HI,

    i have the same problem: how can i pass an user id from Portal to R/3 system using a sap transaction iview?

    I must enter parameter values into "Application Parameter" iview's field but what is the right sintax?

    <sy-uname>=<user.id>?

    or other?

    Thank you.

    Federico

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