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Web enable custom transaction

Hi Group,

I have a requirement to web enable a custom dialog transaction on the intranet/internet. I wanted to know whether it is possible and how much effort will it take.

What all possible solutions are available? What are the advantages of using one over the other.

Please let me know at the earliest.

Regards,

Ankur Bhandari

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2005 at 04:17 AM

    Hi Ankur,

    Yes, it is possible with ITS. The effort will depends on the nature of the dialog transaction.

    If you want to use this transaction on internet then it will be ok to use as a web enable transaction, but if you want to use as a intranet then I would suggest SAPGUI, the reason is their are couple of functionality which might not work on web based transactions.

    Hope this will answer your query.

    Regards.

    Pinkle

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2005 at 01:44 PM

    Hi Ankur

    BSP is another solution.

    Advantage of using BSP is you can use more user friendly controls and design screen according to ur req.

    Regards

    Naresh

    Message was edited by: Naresh Kumar Malik

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 06:35 PM

    BSP is the way to go. However, is there a wizard or template that can just web enable transactions on WebAS servers? For instance, we are implementing GTS which is built on WebAS, and trying to expose the custom transactions we have made. Is the only way to make this presentable on the web w/o portal with a BSP application? We are trying to make the transactions visual through myWOrkplace 2.11 (I know, we are behind)

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