Class CL_GUI_HTML_VIEWER is used to display the HTML viewer. ( cl_gui_custom_container) and html viewer(cl_gui_html_viewer) in your ABAP program. The final requirement is that the same code must also run from inside the SAP CL_GUI_HTML_VIEWER class. This class basically is recognized as IE at least. You can try any one of the following: >>> _sap_gui true >>> window. sapHtmlControl “TRUE” >>> ol “sapr3:”. We use the first.
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The above screen shows us the preview of the HTML that we cl_gui_htmml_viewer and greets the user in the HTML email whose sap user id was entered on the selection screen.
This last approach would only expose this after DOM initialization however. Sample Specs What’s Hot? Currently I’m only able to catch the IE version but that’s not always the best way.
So my ABAP looks like this basically:. None of the values you mentioned appeared. Sign up using Facebook. I’m working on a demonstration that simulates a mobile device with touch events, so pinch zoom, or scroll events on a desktop browser’s touch events. Apr 18 ’17 at Detect cl_gui_hfml_viewer feature instead?
That gives me a place to look further.
CL_GUI_HTML_VIEWER SAP Class – HTML Control Proxy Class
Is there a specific way I could identify the difference? Failing either of these, the best way is to check the protocol.
Create objects for the reference variables in step 2 4. Sign up using Email and Password.
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Use information on this site at your own risk. A custom HTML email is created to reply the user about the invoice query that user had submitted.
JRSofty 1 16 On executing the above report we get the following output. Create a module pool screen with container. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Click cl_tui_html_viewer for the code Post as a guest Name.
This class basically is recognized as IE at least when it is ran on Windows. Create objects for the reference variables in step 2. This was one of my first attempts to get this to work.
In this example a selection screen is displayed to user which takes SAP User ID as input and finds the user name through a function module. Enter the SAP User id in the below selection screen.