Are you running a web gui environment? If yes, you can start SAP session in the webgui by preparing specific url according to your scenario.
Another possibility is to create shortcut for your transaction (and some initial values) and then calling that shortcut using vbscript - somehow.
My last option (and for sure it will work) is create a .net webservice using sap connector, and consume it in QV to show the rest of the transaction data.
Thanks for your reply, indeed, as you answered, we run the Web Gui overhere.
If we make our selections in the Web Gui, finally we have an URL. If i copy this URL in a button, the SAP session opens in the transaction we want.
But....... Now here is the tricky part.
How can we make the HTLM coding flexible. How can I use a QV variable in the HTML string? On the internet there is a lot of info around SAP HTML Business, SAP ITS and so on, but how to encrypt this variable ....stays undiscovered (for now)
I found the solution.
We connect via the web browser to SAP.
The path to get to the wanted transaction is static, so between brackets ' '.
The variable is the order which the customer can select.
I embedded this URL link into a straight table, so the customer has his overview + he can connect to SAP to see the details, if wanted.
=' ' & DESCRIPTION & '<url>http://sapdomain.sapserver:port/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/webgui? sap-language=EN&sap-client=xxx&%7Etransaction=*xxxxxx%20P_GUID=' & OBJECT_ID