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Can't access MIME gifs in folder

Hi, I'm trying to access a specific gif icon, but for some reason it just shows up as an 'X' icon in my application. I have other icons in other directories that seem to work fine.

Can anyone tell me why I can't get this to work:

<img src="../PUBLIC/BC/HTMLB/Icons/s_abcana.gif">

and I can get this to work.

<img src="../PUBLIC/BC/BSP/Icons/s_s_tl_g.gif">

Thanks for any light you can shed on the topic....

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    Posted on Feb 04, 2005 at 08:55 PM

    Kenneth,

    Let me answer your question differently. You seems interested to use an icon somewhere. Please look into BSP application IT00, page mime_sap_icons.htm. This will show you how to use icons with symbolic names such as ICON_ARROW_LEFT, instead of trying to calculate paths to who knows where. This page contains a complete list of all icons, plus some ABAP to show you the helper class in action.

    brian

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      Brian,

      I'm sitting here slapping my head saying "ohhhh man I should have thought of that as well"

      Once again you attack the problem from the "right flank" where as I went straight up the middle. Stragety it's still something we all have to learn more of as we approach the problems presented here.

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    Posted on Feb 04, 2005 at 06:53 PM

    Go into transaction SICF and be sure that the node

    PUBLIC

    - BC

    - HTMLB is active

    Most likely that is the problem, if not post back and we'll try again 😊

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