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Portal Appraisal BSP theme

Hi all,

We have copied the Portal and ERP system from DEV landscape and built a sandbox system. We have done technical upgrade of our Sandbox ERP system to EHP5 system . ESS and MSS is working fine in sandbox system after post processing except that portal theme is not passed on to ESS apprisal bsp application (hap_document) and application is getting displayed with default BSP theme . For all other iViews portal theme style is applied except for Appraisal iview. Any thoughts on this? . Portal theme was applied for Appraisal bsp application in in Dev landscape . The only difference between Dev and Sandbox system is that we did technical upgrade of our Sandbox ERP system to EHP5.

Our current portal version is NW 7.0 SP24.

Regards

Vasu

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2012 at 11:53 AM

    Hi,

    The exact root cause can be found only after analyzing the httpwatch trace for the issue.

    But I think the following KBA and Note should resolve the issue.

    1623682-BSPs Based on Design2002 Rendered Incorrectly After Upgrade to

    Portal.

    1707985 - BSP Setting Stylesheets does not work correctly

    Regards,

    Rajendra

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2012 at 06:31 AM

    Hi Vasu,

    Can you check the SAP Note No. 1446099.

    Regards

    Shrikant

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2012 at 08:09 AM

    Check the KBA's recommended by rajendra...if this does not solve the issue then we need to analyze the httpwatch trace.

    Regards

    Shrikant

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