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By Brian McKellar, Thomas Jung

According to the main prolific web publication within the SAP Developer community, this ebook offers with overcoming universal BSP improvement demanding situations. each bankruptcy presents step by step guideline and sensible information to reply to serious questions, with which many builders fight of their daily paintings. unique, insider information at the necessities of BSP programming, important tricks on boosting functionality, and in-depth troubleshooting suggestion make this publication an crucial addition on your technical library. This specific reference additionally presents readers with particular insurance of TableView renderers, F4 is helping, BSP integration within the SAP GUI, and lots more and plenty extra.

Highlights include:
- HTTP dealing with and URLs
- Authentication and consultation Management
- Performance
- BSP Extensions, BSP point Expressions
- support Systems
- Internationalization
- Customization
- record Handling
- RSS Feeds, Interactive Excel, Mini-Portals

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12 Resource is Loaded from Browser Cache loaded, the browser starts a second GET HTIP request to fetch the image for dis­ play, a process similar to all requests we have seen before. However, let us look at the HTIP response received. As this application bores us a little, we take a longer break from the content of this chapter and return eight days later to test the application once more. 13), we see that the server decided Content-Type: irnage/gif to send a new GET HTIP request to load the image (the copy it had has now Content-Length: 191 Last-Modified: Fri, 13 Aug 2004 12:17:27 GMT expired) and was answered with an HTIP return code of 304.

We see in the HTIP response that the HTML page is requesting a relative U RL .. / .. / .. / .. /public/ .... This urn on its own looks to be perfectly accept­ able. However, from the HTIP trace we know that the URL of the requested HTML page is /book_chapter02 ( ... ) / exampleNN. html. Given this absolute URL, plus the relative URL specified, we now can see why the browser con­ structed the new URL /public/ .. '. Effectively, the relative path stripped all tokens from the original URL until none were left.

In the end, you are forced to use a set of heuristics to distinguish the first request versus other ~ The additional round trip also implies the one-off cost of about 500 extra bytes requests reliably. For the purpose of this example, we use the extra-segment approach to demonstrate how this can be done. Let us assume that all our special (keep the HTIP headers of the request and response in mind). ext. tional round trip, the extra cookie is transported. Just before emailing out such an URL, we added the I~I segment, which will trig­ ~ For each incoming request, the new ICF handler is triggered first before the ger our handler and hide the mangling.

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