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How to Create a Web-based BCALV_TREE_DEMO

My ALV report is a replica of the BCALV_TREE_DEMO. My client has requested that this report be posted on the web. They also want to be able to use the functionality that the ALV report offers like drilldown if possible.How do I do this? Someone has suggested using BSP. But I'm leaning towards ITS, unfortunately, I don't know how. This will be my first time to create an ITS application. How do I do this? What are the steps involved? I read somewhere that I cannot use Call Screen in ITS? Is this true with the 4.7 version?

Thanks,

Liz

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 08:17 AM

    I think there are several ways to accomplish this:

    a) HTML Control available in ABAP - look for help in help.sap.com -> Controls

    b) Using ITS

    c) Using BSP

    d) Dynamic Documents(or something similar, you can search for a similar post here, in the recent month).

    Since you are already in ABAP, I would suggest you to check for HTML control and then perhaps check for option available with ITS.

    Regards,

    Subramanian V.

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    • Since you are already learning ITS, to present your SAPGUI itself on browser, you dont need to do anything (if you are using WEBRFC model or flow file model you have to write the code).

      just use the below given url.

      http://<your its server>:<port>/scripts/wgate/webgui/!~transaction=<tcode>

      Regards

      Raja

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