Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 18

BASIS WDA and WDJ BASICS Webdynpro Java( a

WDA and WDJ BASICS

Webdynpro Java( admin and development )

1.Introduction to SAP product strategy netweaver Architecture Enterprise Portal Architecture, WAS architecture Transition from desktop to desktop Iviews, pages, roles, workset, users, groups Customizing portal Connection to SAPR/3, SAP BW, SAP CRM Connection to ORACLE,Yahoo, google services. Various Iviews SAP URL Iview, SAP Transaction Iview SAP BSP Iview, SAP BW Report Iview SAP Webdynpro Iview, Webservice Iview JDBC stored procedure Iview, Portal Activity report Iview Single-Sign On, SAP logon tickets Portal Personalization Portal Internationalization Transporting/Import/Export EPA Files

Portal development kit SAP R/3 Fundamentals, SAP BW Fundamentals Remote function module/RFC/BAPI Transaction codes, internal tables WAS Java Admin Tools Config Tool Visual J2ee Admin Tool SDM GUI, System Analyzer Security-user management (users, groups) System Landscape SLD configuration JCO destinations NWDI configuration DTR Tracks CMS Runtime Systems CBS - Ready-to use Libraries SLD Information of Systems ESS/MSS business packages Introduction of ESS/MSS Configuration of ESS/MSS Customization of ESS/MSS dcs Installation of Portal Pre-Install, Install, Post-Install

Visual Composer Setup

Knowledge management and collaboration

Business objectives of KM KM platform: architecture overview, real time collaboration Repositories, ACL, Trex components, crawler Permissions Versioning in KM, Publishing documents KM Iviews: KM document Iview, subscription, Approval KM navigation Iview KM quickpoll admin Iview KM quickpoll Iview KM XML forms builder Iview KM UPLOAD Iview KM discussions Iview KMC asynchronous collaboration Versioning, permissions, lifetime in KM Collaboration launch pad, Creating WEB Folder and using them in KM Repository Creating and maintaining collaboration rooms Email integration Example based TAXONAMY Query based TAXONAMY

Webdynpro Java (development):


Webdynpro introduction, NWDS MVC architecture\ Webdynpro user interface elements Table, image, DDBI, DDBK, itemlistbox, progress indicator etc File upload, file download Value selectors SVS, EVS, OVS Validations (Range, length, datatype) Local dictionary, simple type, structures, java native types Component object model Business graphics Adobe Interactive forms Microsoft office integration Data binding, table binding, structure binding. Context mapping, model binding, views, view sets Various controllers Error handling, message editor, messages Webdynpro internationlization Debugging techniques in webdynpro Models, developing custom BAPIs/RFCs

Using calculated attributes, supply functions Types of models Adaptive RFC model Webservice model Java bean model Creating webdynpro application as Iview SLD config, JCO destinations Popup, external, confirmation diaglog windows Webdynpro security programming Application and URL parameters Webdynpro service and Helper classes Dynamic programming Fine tuning and performance issues Reuse concepts of development components Reading data and values from properties files.

VISUAL COMPOSER
Visual composer setup VC architecture Forms, tables, image manager Value helps Formulas Visual composer internationalization Data intensive operations

Searching, sorting, filtering, aggregates Entry lists: Static, dynamic Data services: BAPIs/RFCs Webservices BI queries

Web Dynpro for ABAP | webdynpro samples and tutorial


WebDynpro for ABAP (WD4A, WDA) is the SAP standard UI ( user interface) technology for developing Web applications in the ABAP language. It consists of a runtime environment and a graphical development environment with special Web Dynpro tools that are integrated in the ABAP Workbench (SE80).

Web Dynpro offers the following advantages for application developers:


The use of declarative and graphical tools significantly reduces the implementation effort Web Dynpro supports a structured design process Strict separation between layout and business data Reuse and better maintainability by using components The layout and navigation is easily changed using the Web Dynpro tools Stateful applications are supported that is, if the page is changed and the required data remains intact so that you can access it at any time throughout the entire application context. Note that stateless applications are not possible.

Automatic data transport using data binding Automatic input check User interface accessibility is supported Full integration in the reliable ABAP development environment

dmin and development )

1.Introduction to SAP product strategy netweaver Architecture Enterprise Portal Architecture, WAS architecture Transition from desktop to desktop Iviews, pages, roles, workset, users, groups Customizing portal Connection to SAPR/3, SAP BW, SAP CRM Connection to ORACLE,Yahoo, google services. Various Iviews SAP URL Iview, SAP Transaction Iview SAP BSP Iview, SAP BW Report Iview SAP Webdynpro Iview, Webservice Iview JDBC stored procedure Iview, Portal Activity report Iview Single-Sign On, SAP logon tickets Portal Personalization Portal Internationalization Transporting/Import/Export EPA Files

Portal development kit SAP R/3 Fundamentals, SAP BW Fundamentals Remote function module/RFC/BAPI Transaction codes, internal tables WAS Java Admin Tools Config Tool Visual J2ee Admin Tool SDM GUI, System Analyzer Security-user management (users, groups) System Landscape SLD configuration JCO destinations NWDI configuration DTR Tracks CMS Runtime Systems CBS - Ready-to use Libraries SLD Information of Systems ESS/MSS business packages Introduction of ESS/MSS Configuration of ESS/MSS Customization of ESS/MSS dcs Installation of Portal Pre-Install, Install, Post-Install

Visual Composer Setup

Knowledge management and collaboration

Business objectives of KM KM platform: architecture overview, real time collaboration Repositories, ACL, Trex components, crawler Permissions Versioning in KM, Publishing documents KM Iviews: KM document Iview, subscription, Approval KM navigation Iview KM quickpoll admin Iview KM quickpoll Iview KM XML forms builder Iview KM UPLOAD Iview KM discussions Iview KMC asynchronous collaboration Versioning, permissions, lifetime in KM Collaboration launch pad, Creating WEB Folder and using them in KM Repository Creating and maintaining collaboration rooms Email integration Example based TAXONAMY Query based TAXONAMY

Webdynpro Java (development):


Webdynpro introduction, NWDS MVC architecture\ Webdynpro user interface elements Table, image, DDBI, DDBK, itemlistbox, progress indicator etc File upload, file download Value selectors SVS, EVS, OVS Validations (Range, length, datatype) Local dictionary, simple type, structures, java native types Component object model Business graphics Adobe Interactive forms Microsoft office integration Data binding, table binding, structure binding. Context mapping, model binding, views, view sets Various controllers Error handling, message editor, messages Webdynpro internationlization Debugging techniques in webdynpro Models, developing custom BAPIs/RFCs

Using calculated attributes, supply functions Types of models Adaptive RFC model Webservice model Java bean model Creating webdynpro application as Iview SLD config, JCO destinations Popup, external, confirmation diaglog windows Webdynpro security programming Application and URL parameters Webdynpro service and Helper classes Dynamic programming Fine tuning and performance issues Reuse concepts of development components Reading data and values from properties files.

VISUAL COMPOSER
Visual composer setup VC architecture Forms, tables, image manager Value helps Formulas Visual composer internationalization Data intensive operations

Searching, sorting, filtering, aggregates Entry lists: Static, dynamic Data services: BAPIs/RFCs Webservices BI queries

Webdynpro Java( admin and development )

1.Introduction to SAP product strategy netweaver Architecture Enterprise Portal Architecture, WAS architecture Transition from desktop to desktop Iviews, pages, roles, workset, users, groups Customizing portal Connection to SAPR/3, SAP BW, SAP CRM Connection to ORACLE,Yahoo, google services. Various Iviews SAP URL Iview, SAP Transaction Iview SAP BSP Iview, SAP BW Report Iview SAP Webdynpro Iview, Webservice Iview

JDBC stored procedure Iview, Portal Activity report Iview Single-Sign On, SAP logon tickets Portal Personalization Portal Internationalization Transporting/Import/Export EPA Files Portal development kit SAP R/3 Fundamentals, SAP BW Fundamentals Remote function module/RFC/BAPI Transaction codes, internal tables WAS Java Admin Tools Config Tool Visual J2ee Admin Tool SDM GUI, System Analyzer Security-user management (users, groups) System Landscape SLD configuration JCO destinations NWDI configuration DTR Tracks CMS Runtime Systems CBS - Ready-to use Libraries SLD Information of Systems ESS/MSS business packages Introduction of ESS/MSS Configuration of ESS/MSS

Customization of ESS/MSS dcs Installation of Portal Pre-Install, Install, Post-Install

Visual Composer Setup

Knowledge management and collaboration

Business objectives of KM KM platform: architecture overview, real time collaboration Repositories, ACL, Trex components, crawler Permissions Versioning in KM, Publishing documents KM Iviews: KM document Iview, subscription, Approval KM navigation Iview KM quickpoll admin Iview KM quickpoll Iview KM XML forms builder Iview KM UPLOAD Iview KM discussions Iview KMC asynchronous collaboration Versioning, permissions, lifetime in KM Collaboration launch pad,

Creating WEB Folder and using them in KM Repository Creating and maintaining collaboration rooms Email integration Example based TAXONAMY Query based TAXONAMY

Webdynpro Java (development):


Webdynpro introduction, NWDS MVC architecture\ Webdynpro user interface elements Table, image, DDBI, DDBK, itemlistbox, progress indicator etc File upload, file download Value selectors SVS, EVS, OVS Validations (Range, length, datatype) Local dictionary, simple type, structures, java native types Component object model Business graphics Adobe Interactive forms Microsoft office integration Data binding, table binding, structure binding. Context mapping, model binding, views, view sets

Various controllers Error handling, message editor, messages Webdynpro internationlization Debugging techniques in webdynpro Models, developing custom BAPIs/RFCs Using calculated attributes, supply functions Types of models Adaptive RFC model Webservice model Java bean model Creating webdynpro application as Iview SLD config, JCO destinations Popup, external, confirmation diaglog windows Webdynpro security programming Application and URL parameters Webdynpro service and Helper classes Dynamic programming Fine tuning and performance issues Reuse concepts of development components Reading data and values from properties files.

VISUAL COMPOSER
Visual composer setup VC architecture

Forms, tables, image manager Value helps Formulas Visual composer internationalization Data intensive operations Searching, sorting, filtering, aggregates Entry lists: Static, dynamic Data services: BAPIs/RFCs Webservices BI queries

Web Dynpro for ABAP | webdynpro samples and tutorial


WebDynpro for ABAP (WD4A, WDA) is the SAP standard UI ( user interface) technology for developing Web applications in the ABAP language. It consists of a runtime environment and a graphical development environment with special Web Dynpro tools that are integrated in the ABAP Workbench (SE80).

Web Dynpro offers the following advantages for application developers:


The use of declarative and graphical tools significantly reduces the implementation effort Web Dynpro supports a structured design process Strict separation between layout and business data Reuse and better maintainability by using components The layout and navigation is easily changed using the Web Dynpro tools Stateful applications are supported that is, if the page is changed and the required data remains intact so that you can access it at any time throughout the entire application context. Note that stateless applications are not possible.

Automatic data transport using data binding Automatic input check User interface accessibility is supported Full integration in the reliable ABAP development environment