SAP GUI protocol
The SAP GUI Vuser script typically contains several SAP transactions which make up a business process. A business process consists of functions that emulate user actions. Open the Step Navigator to see each user action as a Vuser script step.
In a typical recording of an SAP GUI client, include the opening of the connection and login in the first section, vuser_init This section is not repeated.
Note: The Open Connection step uses one of the connection names in the SAP Logon Descriptions list. If the specified connection name is not in the list, the Vuser looks for a server with that name.
In the Actions section, the recorded API functions represent typical user operations such as menu selection and the setting of a checkbox.
In a typical recording, the final section, vuser_end, contains the logging off steps.
When recording a multi-protocol script for both SAP GUI and Web, VuGen generates steps for both protocols. In the Script view, you can view both sapgui and web functions.
The following example illustrates a multi-protocol recording in which the SAP GUI client opens a web control. Note the switch from sapgui to web functions.
sapgui_tree_double_click_item("Use as general WWW browser, REPTITLE", "shellcont/shell", "000732", "REPTITLE", BEGIN_OPTIONAL, "AdditionalInfo=sapgui1020", END_OPTIONAL); ... sapgui_set_text("", "http:\\\\yahoo.com", "usr/txtEDURL", BEGIN_OPTIONAL, "AdditionalInfo=sapgui1021", END_OPTIONAL); ... web_add_cookie("B=7pt5cisv1p3m2=;b=2; DOMAIN=www.yahoo.com"); web_url("yahoo.com", "URL=http://yahoo.com/", "Resource=0", "RecContentType=text/html", "Referer=", "Snapshot=t1.inf", "Mode=HTML", EXTRARES, "URL=http://srd.yahoo.com/hpt1/ni=17/ct=lan/sss=1043752588/t1=1043752575385/d1=1251 /d2=1312/d3=1642/d4=4757/0.4097009487287739/*1", "Referer=http://www.yahoo.com/", ENDITEM, LAST);