Web Dynpro

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HR/SAP Professional Journal – 

Imran Sajid shows how you can activate the ABAP Web Dynpro employee self-services (ESS) application for the pay statement in both the SAP Enterprise Portal and NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC) in enhancement package 5. Learn how to implement this standard functionality using the appropriate role configuration with an example using SAP NWBC roles.


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by Ameya Pimpalgaonkar, Senior SAP Architect March 3, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 
Ameya Pimpalgaonkar suggests you take these security measures to protect Knowledge Management, Web Dynpro for Java, and Business Process Management entry points into your system.

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by Kehinde Eseyin, Senior SAP GRC Consultant, Turnkey Consulting Ltd. December 18, 2013
BI/Financials/SAP Professional Journal – 

Kehinde Eseyin explains how to control the ability of end users to make changes to the user settings of their Web Dynpro-based application forms.

 


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by Nitin Gupta, Senior Developer, SAP Labs Canada | Ilya Bibik, Scrum Master/Project Manager at SAP Labs Canada September 24, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 
Discover how to improve the functionality of your SAP GUIs without affecting their parent applications, thereby reducing total cost of ownership. Learn about side-panel and CHIPs applications and how they can be used in business scenarios to add value to preexisting SAP GUIs and to integrate with SAP partner and third-party applications. Discover the benefits and weakness of implementation with SAP GUI (Dynpro) and Web Dynpro ABAP applications. Explore possible implementations of CHIPs and side panels across a wide variety of areas.


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by Kay Eidner, Senior Developer, SAP AG | Thomas Frambach, Senior Developer, SAP AG March 20, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 

Kay Eidner and Thomas Frambach of SAP show you how to use generic UI building blocks (GUIBBs) to improve your Web Dynpro screens.


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by Kay Eidner, Senior Developer, SAP AG | Thomas Frambach, Senior Developer, SAP AG November 13, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Learn about the User Interface Framework of SAP’s Business Suite, the Floorplan Manager (FPM), and its basic concepts. See how to use the FPM for enhancements and to create individual applications.

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by Vipin Nagpal, SAP ERP Technical Consultant, SAP India Pvt. Ltd. May 18, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 

Learn how to implement message handling in Web Dynpro for ABAP. Discover three techniques for how to do this, and step through a demo scenario to see which technique is best for your situation.


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by Richard Tucker, Principal Web Development Architect, Atos Origin UK June 1, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.2 allows SAP developers to build rich user interface (UI) solutions that would have been unheard of a couple of years ago. The combination of service composition and rapid UI modeling allows these solutions to be built in days and weeks rather than months. See how to develop a mobile solution, integrating Google Maps and the Apple iPhone, that was rolled out rapidly across Europe and was well accepted by its user base.

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by Krishnakumar Ramamoorthy, Deloitte Consulting, LLP August 18, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
With Adobe Flash Islands, you can build effective user interfaces in SAP, employing Rich Internet application frameworks such as Adobe Flex. Find out how Flash Islands can integrate with Web Dynpro ABAP and how to set it up in your SAP system.

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by Vinay Naithani, Managing Consultant, HCL-Axon August 6, 2010
SAP Professional Journal/HR – 
See how to use Web Dynpro ABAP with your SAP E-Recruiting component without depending too heavily on technical skills. Configure the start page and different services for internal and external candidates, and adapt your configuration to other Web Dynpro ABAP applications offered in SAP enhancement package 4.

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by Thomas Weiss, Solution Manager, SAP NetWeaver Product Management Application Server ABAP, SAP AG | Michael Kraeft, Development Architect, TD Core UI&AM, SAP AG December 4, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Walk through the following steps to enhance the Web Dynpro ABAP user interface of a standard SAP application by following a real-world example. Find out the advantages of using the Enhancement Framework to achieve this.

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by Dr. Volker Stiehl, Professor, Ingolstadt Technical University of Applied Sciences November 30, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Discover what you have to consider if you want to integrate a Web Dynpro component or a Web service for persisting data in your process. After you develop your UIs and your Web service, find out how to connect them with the respective process steps.

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by Thomas Weiss, Solution Manager, SAP NetWeaver Product Management Application Server ABAP, SAP AG July 6, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Learn how to work with enhancements of a global class — such as post-methods — and get to know how to plan, structure, and implement a project in which you make your enhancements switchable. Assign the relevant packages to a switch, assign the switch to a reversible business function, and switch the whole project on in transaction SFW5.

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by Thomas Weiss, Solution Manager, SAP NetWeaver Product Management Application Server ABAP, SAP AG June 24, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Working in cooperation with the classic append technology, the Enhancement Framework enables you to enhance all levels of an application from the Web Dynpro ABAP user interface over the application logic to the database layer. By going through a comprehensive example you will learn how to use the Enhancement Framework and discover the underlying principles and structures that make this technology so easy to work with.

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SAP Professional Journal – 

This is the second installment of a two-article series on the development of flexible Web Dynpro ABAP applications and the enhancement of existing ones by applying the SAP Enhancement Package for SAP ERP 6.0 strategy, as discussed in the first article. Also the first article explained how to build a Web Dynpro application and user interface using the available Web Dynpro development tools. This second article explains how to enhance an existing Web Dynpro application. It guides you through defining and implementing an enhancement, creating a custom view and using for Web Dynpro programming techniques for context mapping.


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SAP Professional Journal – 
Web Dynpro ABAP is SAP’s standard for developing user interfaces (UIs) for Web applications in ABAP. With the Enhancement Package for SAP ERP strategy, this powerful Web programming model is even more productive because it supports both new application development and existing application enhancement. Part 1 of this two-part series shows you how to develop flexible applications in Web Dynpro ABAP using a BAPI service call. Part 2 will explain how to enhance existing Web Dynpro applications. Web Dynpro plays a vital role both in developing custom applications and in enhancing prepackaged applications.

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by Bertram Ganz, Senior Product Specialist, SAP AG | Richard Tucker, Principal Web Development Architect, Atos Origin UK September 15, 2008
SAP Professional Journal – 

This is the last article in the series on componentization of Web Dynpro Java business applications. The first two articles provided general concepts, principles, and benefits of a component-based application design, as well as the conceptional aspects of implementing a component-based architecture in Web Dynpro Java using the SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure (NWDI). This article presents an in-depth technical description of Web Dynpro component implementation and packaging techniques, including Web Dynpro componentization patterns and development component separation of Web Dynpro development entities and components. Finally, this article provides tips and tricks to help you work more efficiently with Web Dynpro development components.


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by Bertram Ganz, Senior Product Specialist, SAP AG | Richard Tucker, Principal Web Development Architect, Atos Origin UK July 15, 2008
SAP Professional Journal – 
This is the second installation in a three-article series on the componentization of Web Dynpro Java business applications. Building on the general concepts, principles, and benefits of a component-based application design, this article focuses on the conceptual aspects of the two independent component models that exist in the Web Dynpro Java application development context: the Web Dynpro component model and the SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure-defined Web Dynpro development component model. The article also provides an overview of a streamlined Web Dynpro component model and enhanced functions found in SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1.

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by Bertram Ganz, Senior Product Specialist, SAP AG | Richard Tucker, Principal Web Development Architect, Atos Origin UK May 15, 2008
SAP Professional Journal – 
- Reusable components enable developers to build applications that are easy to understand, support, and maintain. This is the first installment in a three-article series that explores Web Dynpro componentization. This first article explains design methodologies and concepts underlying componentization and provides recommendations fundamental to a successful implementation. It also presents a real-world case study that used componentization to implement a suite of applications that delivered a lower TCO and a quicker ROI for the customer. This article deals with Web Dynpro for Java business applications implemented in SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure, but applies to Web Dynpro for ABAP as well.

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by Chris Whealy, RIG Expert (Web Dynpro), SAP NetWeaver Regional Implementation Group (RIG) EMEA, Walldorf, Germany March 15, 2008
SAP Professional Journal – 
 - Learn what problems arise often during Web Dynpro projects and how to avoid them.

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