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The current application triggered a termination with a short dump

Hi guys,

Can u help me in this issue which I am facing in solution manager system?

I am using SOLAR01 transaction code and I can list out the documents uploaded. From there I can see the documents too. But if I am using the internet link to access the same server and when I use SOLAR01 tcode, I can list out the documents. If I am clicking to open any of the documents, its throwing dump error.

"The current application triggered a termination with a short dump.

Category ABAP Programming Error

Runtime Errors MESSAGE_TYPE_X

ABAP Program SAPLOLEA

Application Component BC-FES-OAC "

I have gone through some blogs and was wondering why we need sapgui latest patch/upgrade as we are using internet link to access the documents. I am attaching the dump error. Can you please guide me in this?

Thanks - HARRY

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    Posted on May 10, 2013 at 09:27 AM

    Hi Harry,

    This is a problem with the WebGui. This dump occurs because transaction solar01 uses Office Integration which is not supported in the SAPGUI for HTML. See SAP note Note 314568 - SAP GUI for HTML functionality / Limitations / Sp. Behaviour for details.

    Sorry about that.

    Regards,

    Hugo

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    • Former Member Hugo Amo

      Hi Hugo,

      You are correct that Solar01 tcode is not supported in Webgui. For displaying the documents i got a solution as well.

      We can access the document by creating a url for it.

      Go to Solar01 - Click on the document which we need to display - Click on the ATTRIBUTE icon - Then click on URL icon - It will generate the url for the document in clipboard. Paste it in browser and enter. It will prompt for Username/password, providing the same will authorize you to see the document.

      Thanks - HARRY

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