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Importing/creating the deleted View BP_EMPL in TCode:BSP_WD_CMPWB

former_member206920
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Hi All,

I am working on CRM7.0 application.

Accidently I have deleted the View BP_EMPL in the Tcode: BSP_WD_CMPWB.

As a result I am not able to view the corresponding views in the WebUI. Application is throwing an exception for the method

CL_BSP_WD_COMPONENT_FACTORY=>GET_REPOSITORY_XML

Could you please let me know how can I create this BP_EMPL. Or do I an option of importing it again from any system.

Thanks in advance!

Regards,

Chethan

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saumya_govil
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Hi Chethan,

I am not sure whether it is the ideal approach but you can try using a new enhancement set (ofcourse if much development is not done using the prrevious one).

Regards,

Saumya

former_member206920
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Hi Saumya,

No development has done in the previous one.

Could you please elaborate how to use a new enhancement set.

Regards,

Chethan

saumya_govil
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Hi Chethan,

If that is the case, try this approach.

1. Create an Enhancement set in SM34 transaction.

2. Assign the enhancement to the client in SM30 using table BSPWDV_EHSET_ASG. Go to maintain option and set the enhancement set just created to the client.

3. Now enhance the component using this enhancement set.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Saumya

former_member206920
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Hi Saumya,

Thank you for the details. However, I have created the whole BSP application and it is working fine now

Regards,

Chethan

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Hi chetan,

I am facing similar problem. In one of the views of installed base components I deleted the enhancement of the view, But while deleting the enhancement of the view I accidentally deleted the standard context node classes of the view. So I am getting the exceptions and the corresponding views are not displayed.

Is there any workaround to restore these context node classes in the view?

Regards

Siva Rupesh

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Hi Siva Rupesh,

I have recreated the whole BSP application refering some other system. However, I dont think we have any alternative to restore the deleted standard context node

Regards,

Chethan