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BSP Application, URL for webreport

Hello all,

I am trying to analyze a BSP application, which is used for Management cockpit, developed using BSP and WAD(webtemplates).

i found, in Tcode SICF, one HTTP service has been created for the BSP application and External alias also created for this HTTP service. This exteranl alias is used in the fallowing url, which executes the Management cockpit in the browser.

http:// :8080/ (bD1lbiZjPTEwMA==)/ default.htm

Now i have one question in the above URL, What is the meaning of "(bD1lbiZjPTEwMA==)" in the above URL...?

Thanks

kumar

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 02:56 PM

    Hi Amie,

    the encoded string is the mangled code and contains information about language, client and other parameters you send with the URL. You can decode the mangled code with the program BSP_DECODE_URL. Be aware that you can't switch off this mangled code in the URL.

    See also

    BSP In-Depth: URL Mangling

    /people/brian.mckellar/blog/2003/09/30/bsp-in-depth-url-mangling

    Regards,

    Rainer

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 02:56 PM

    Hi,

    This is a reference to session/internal data. You can directly link to http:// :8080/ / default.htm if you need to link to the app.

    Eddy

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 02:59 PM

    Hi Amie,

    that is the so called URL-Mangling-Code. This is generated by the server and contains different settings:

    Logon,Session and theme for the requested BSP Applikation.

    Hope i could help you

    Thorsten

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