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External SC upload


We have a scenario where, users created a Shopping Cart in HTML format and upload to SRM.

Tech team has created a BSP page to upload the HTML page into SRM. It worked fine in SRM5.0, right now, we are in upgrade to SRM7.0, and this is no more working.

The difference I could see is HOOK_URL is getting cleared in SRM7.0. (but it persisits in SRM5.0). I tried the note - 1592288, but the result i svoid with respect to this.

Could you pls let me know how this can be solved?



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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2011 at 08:19 PM

    Hi SR,

    Why are you using BSP to load the data to SRM? This is what the OCI interface does. What catalog are you using, or are you using catalog at all in the described scenario?



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    • Former Member Jason Boggans

      Hi Jason,

      Thanks for the reply, I have maintained returntarget as _top value. I have checked the note 1287412, this is of no help in this contect.

      When I call the external catalog upload link, ZBSP is getting called and i select the file with 'Browse' option (in the custom BSP application) and when I say 'upload', it just diplays the HTML file (which I have slected through 'browse' option) and the first page ramains as it is.

      I have written the custom BSP in 2 pages, one is main.htm, which has selection screen, and one more is validate.htm, which validates the data. I suspect, validate page is not called, as I am not BSP expert, couldnt find the error.

      The error is at POST method and the error got is below:



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