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Explanation of some Web Dynpro elements

Hello!

Who can explain to me simply the meaning of these following

words: Please for everyone understandable.

For Which purposes are they exactly useful?

<b>Web Dynpro Component Interfaces:</b>

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<b>Web Dynpro Component:</b>

contains entire application

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Component Controller:</b>

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<b>Component Interface:</b>

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<b>Custom Controller:</b>

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Regards

erdem

Former Member replied

It goes like this.

Webdynpro is designed based on MVC architecture (Model-View-Controller).

<b>Model </b>- That mocks your data

<b>View </b>- Presentation logic for displaying your data

<b>Controller </b>- The middle point that populates the model with data and passes the data to the view for display.

Keeping this in mind, lets look at what are the specific terms used in Webdynpro that are synonymous to either of the three given above.

<b>Component Controller / Custom Controller</b> - Every webdynpro has a controller by default. There is a standard one that is created when creating a Webdynpro project and then there is the one (Custom Controller)that the developer can create if he doesnt want to put his code in the one provided when creating the webdynpro.

<b>Component Interface</b> - The interface that helps connecting two webdynpro components

<a href="http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04s/helpdata/en/3a/d08342a7d30d53e10000000a155106/frameset.htm">Try reading this as well.</a>

Hope this helps.

Pradeep.

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