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Upload resume through ie6 and ITS service pbw3_tc

Hello,

We have service pbw3_tc running for applicant and evrything works fine except for the uploading of the resume. The resume upload works when testing the EWT through se93 but doesnt when in ie6 browser.

I am allowed to select a file. When gui_upload is called in the program, I get different screens when accessing through the web. First I get a security certificate from Verisign that asks do I want to accept a file from SAP. Then I get a SAP get_file_name screen,

then a transfer_file_to r/3 screen and am asked to click OK.

The screen says file transfer completed but on clicking OK the message error loading document appears.

This process again works fine when staying in R/3 wingui but fails only on the document upload from the web/intranet.

Has anyone had this before and can point me to the correction.

Thanks Mark

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    Posted on Feb 28, 2005 at 03:07 PM

    Could there be a disconnect through ICF? When this is ran through SE93 the path name is a 6.20 WAS address created through function gui_upload. When ran through the service

    pbw3 it uses a ITS path at servername/scripts/wgate/pbw3/!

    etc. I am thinking that the service pbw3 transacted through the ITS is not seeing the ICF content server path created. Does this make any sense?

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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 05:40 PM

    Hi Mark,

    please describe which patchlevel of ITS you use and what java vm is running within your browser. What error message do you see?

    Best regards,

    Klaus

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