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Next issue with BSP - this is becoming a holy quest ...

Hi folks,

Last weekend I decided to finally start with some studying on BSP development so I started full enthusiasm with my newly installed MiniWAS 6.20 ...

We are tuesday now and still I am running into all kind of issues to get a simple BSP application compiling and running .... (why can they just not deliver a working software on the cd instead of having the user to go through X SAP notes and change stuff before it actually works ... ? )

Anyways, it seems now that for any BSP application I start ( my own or standard SAP ) I get a javascript error when I click on a button ...

The javascript error goes:

'htmlbEDIC is undefined ...'

Anyone any ideas ?



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    Posted on Jan 11, 2005 at 03:28 PM

    Are all the key service nodes activated in transaction SICF. OSS Note 616900 tells you the nodes that contain the main JavaScript libraries.

    You might also try clearing your ICM Cache (from transaction SMICM).

    As to why the system doesn't work right out of the box. Unfortunetly the MiniWAS was cut to CD a long time ago. As far as I know SAP has updated the system on the CD. Many enhancements/changes have been made to the system since then.

    I can tell you that I did a fresh install from DVD of WebAS 640 and I had to almost no tinkering with the system after the install to get everything running good. Unfortunetly the preview version of WebAS 640 is only available on Linux. However if you can get the media and system key for a full installation through your SAP license, I strongly recommend going that route for a nice 640 installation.

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