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Get a request parameter within a WebDynpro

Hi all,

I'd like to develop a WebDynpro which should have a "dinamic behavior", that is this dynpro receives as an entry a KM document RID and do something according this RID. I'd like to pass the RID on the request, for example: <URL of my own webdynpro application>&docRID=<document path within KM>.

I'm not able to understand how to get the RID from webdynpro request. Is it possible do that? In your opinion are there other, best, ways in order to do that?

I've followed the thread webdynpro-iviews-in-ep-one-app-for-each-iview-repo but I'm not able to understand where the value, passed on request, is stored.

Any hints is very precious

Cheers

Roberto

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2005 at 05:14 PM

    Hallo Roberto,

    You can call <b>WDWebContextAdapter.getWebContextAdapter().getRequestParameterMap()</b> for accessing the retrieved URL-parameters.

    Also have a look at my article about inter-application-navigation https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.km.cm.docs/documents/a1-8-4/web dynpro tutorial and sample applications.faq#q-15 (in combination with a related WebLog /people/jochen.guertler/blog/2004/11/23/web-dynpro-best-practices-how-to-navigate-between-different-web-dynpro-applications)

    Greetings, Bertram

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2005 at 10:36 AM

    Hi Roberto

    If your requirement is as simple as passing a document RID through a query string to a web dynpro app then check this post.

    webdynpro-and-url-parameter-passing

    Regards

    Pran

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