eBook Web Dynpro ABAP for Practitioners, 2nd Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 3642382479
  • ISBN-13: 9783642382475
  • DDC: 006.7
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 479 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Web Dynpro ABAP, a NetWeaver web application user interface tool from SAP, enables web programming connected to SAP Systems. The authors’ main focus was to create a book based on their own practical experience. Each chapter includes examples which lead through the content step-by-step and enable the reader to gradually explore and grasp the Web Dynpro ABAP process. The authors explain in particular how to design Web Dynpro components, the data binding and interface methods, and the view controller methods. They also describe the other SAP NetWeaver Elements (ABAP Dictionary, Authorization) and the integration of the Web Dynpro Application into the SAP NetWeaver Portal. The new edition has been expanded to include chapters on subjects such as POWER Lists; creating the Modal Windows and External Windows; using Web Dynpro application parameters and Shared Objects to communicate between the Web Dynpro ABAP Application and Business Server Pages; and creating multi-language mails using Web Dynpro ABAP.

Table of Contents

Front Matter.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: What Is Web Dynpro?.
2: SAP Easy Access.
3: Designing a Web Dynpro Component.
4: ABAP Dictionary.
5: Context Nodes and Attributes at Design Time.
6: Data Binding, Context Mapping and Interface Methods.
7: View Controller Methods.
8: Layout UI Elements.
9: User Interface Elements (UI Elements), Static and Dynamic Programming.
10: Messages, Exceptions and Web Dynpro ABAP.
11: Writing Multilanguage Applications.
12: Web Dynpro Model.
13: ALV and Select Options.
14: POWER List, Explained through an Example with History Functionality for a Database Table.
15: Creating Modal Windows and External Windows.
16: Communication between Web Dynpro ABAP and BSP Using Application Parameters and Shared Objects.
17: Sending Multilanguage Emails with Web Dynpro ABAP.
18: Integrating a Web Dynpro Application into the SAP Netweaver Portal.
19: Web Dynpro and Authorization.
20: Web Dynpro Mind Map.
Abbreviation List.
Transaction List.
Generating the Table IDs by Using the Number Range Objects.
Used FMs and BAPIs.
The Authors.