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Generating graphic in SAPGUI

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I've got a problem when generating the indexes hierarchical graph Classes in SAP (Transaction CL6L). By accessing SAP after logging access MES CONSULTANT INFORMATION after INDEX OF HIERARCHICAL CLASSES and put the class and generate the graph, which is done automatically lock the same and to generate graphic need to click on the tab for the same graph can be generated and yet the system is very slow. All tests performed via RDP and ICA via CITRIX presents the problem. Now patch tests performed locally with 7 functions normally, but above that the problem also occurs. I got a server and installed without SAPGUI SAPGUI patch with Standard 7 and the same functioned normally, I'm trying installing the patch 9, 10, 11 and 12.2 and the problem happened again. It seems the problem is with the installation of patches from 9 up with the RDP and ICA via CITRIX.

In the previous version 7:10 normal operation anyway. Now with the version 7.20 patch 9 and up until version 7.30 the problem happens.

I would ask that group support forum.



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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2012 at 07:39 AM

    There are some graphic issues fixed in the next patch (13) of SAPGUI 7.20 for Windows.

    Note has the expected release date

    for sapgui patches,



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