Liquid UI - WS Reference Library

wsmessage()


Purpose

The wsmessage() command is entered in the transaction field to display various attributes relating to the current build of WS. It can also be used to encrypt the RFC password.


Syntax

/wsmessage(parameters)

For Example, on using /wsmessage(_guixtdll) in tcode field, the resulting attributes will be displayed at the bottom of the SAP GUI window as shown below:



Parameters

The wsmessage command takes several parameters:

_builddate

Displays the actual date the build was made:

/wsmessage(_builddate)

 
encrypt

Excrypts the RFC password for WS:

/wsmessage(encrypt('password'),1)

This results in a window on the SAP screen containing the newly-encrypted password as shown below:


Note: You then enter the password into appropriate place in the guixt.sjs file as explained in the rfcConnect section.
 
_guixtdll

Displays the full path, including the filename, to the currently active GuiXT engine. There are three parallel builds of WS that can be running - Desktop, Server and Access. For Desktop, the path will point to the guixt.dll file. For Server, it will point to the sapproxy.exe file and for Access it will point to the guixt4web.dll file. An example is shown below:

/wsmessage(_guixtdll)

The path displays as shown below:


 
_guixtsjs

Displays the full path, including filename, to the SJS profile file being used:

/wsmessage(_guixtsjs);

The path displays as shown below:


 
_version

Displays the version number of the current GuiXT WS build:

/wsmessage(_version)

The version appear as:



Tips and Tricks

  • wsmessage

    Log into SAP and on the SAP Easy Access transaction field place the wsmessage command as described in syntax. The result is displayed on status bar and encrypted password on pop-up.

    /wsmessage(encrypt('password'),1)

    Learn more options about wsmessage.