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BSP Exception: the BSP URL / Does Not Contain Any Namespace Entries

Hi all

I have just taken over some support for BSP applications. Still teaching myself the BSP concepts etc.

The client currently has three BSP PCRs activated through the portal for managers. Two out of three work fine with the PCRs opening in new windows. However one of them gives me the following error:

<b>BSP Exception: the BSP URL / Does Not Contain Any Namespace Entries</b>

I can confirm the SICF services are all running and the URL is complete for this app. I tried looking the BSP forum for similar issues and followed the suggestions but in vain.

Any help will be appreciated.



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  • Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 06:04 AM


    Have you seen this post on the same subject



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  • Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 08:26 AM

    The URL is definitely wrong. If you eyeball it hard and long, you should see obvious errors in it. Or post the URL so that we put it through the grinder.

    What you should have is:

    http:// . . : /sap/bc/bsp/ / / page.htm?abc=123&klm=456&xyz=789

    Things to check:

    (1) FQDN: full host plus domain (not the problem here)

    (2) valid port number if not 80 (not pro

    (3) base part /sap/bc/bsp

    (4) namespace. Usually /sap/

    (5) name of application

    (6) name of page

    (7) URL parameters, first be one ? and then first sequence of name=value. All other name=value are separated by & characters. Within the part of the string there must be no additional ?, &, : or / characters.

    1-3 are already fine, as you are reaching the server, and talking to BSP already. Shooting in the dark, I am placing my money on 7.

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    • Former Member Former Member


      the only way to solute this was described by Brian.

      Capture your code in smaller pices or put all logic into MVC - then you've got the hole flow logic in ABAP and just the output on bsp side...

      Another way is to go back to plain HTML - but this means a lost of many advanced of HTMLB...

      Regards Matthias

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