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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So my ABAP looks like this basically:. Cl_giu_html_viewer use the first option, but that one may be one we have defined explicitly in our framework.
CL_GUI_HTML_VIEWER SAP ABAP Class – HTML Control Proxy Class
Looks like there is a difference between the two. That gives me a place to look further.
You can try any one of the following: Failing either of these, the best way is to check the protocol. It will be a dead giveaway. Marius 2, 1 23 None of the values you mentioned appeared.
This last approach would only expose this after DOM initialization however. Hi Marius, sorry if I didn’t give you enough information to work with.
In this case behind the ABAP there’s also a screen with a custom control. I hope this clarifies things a bit. Currently I’m only able to catch the IE version but that’s not always the best way.