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Web Dynpro ABAP Material

I am new to web Dynpro ABAP.

Please send the regarding sites to work out this concept.

Please send me materials or pdfs regatrding this topic

My Mail ID is <b>lok412.ece@gmail.com</b>

Please help me.

I am requiring it a lot.

Please send me .

With Regards,

lokesh@EDS

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Web Dynpro for ABAP in SDN

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/developerareas/webdynpro?rid=/webcontent/uuid/512040e1-0901-0010-769c-c238c6ca35d9 [original link is broken]

Developing ABAP Applications Using Web Dynpro

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/42/d41b25d2216babe10000000a1553f6/frameset.htm

Web Dynpro ABAP: Development in Detail

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/03/0048413e466e24e10000000a155106/frameset.htm

WDA Sample programs & tutorials

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/developerareas/webdynpro?rid=/library/uuid/49f2ea90-0201-0010-ce8e-de18b94aee2d

Web Dynpro ABAP Demonstration Videos

/people/thomas.jung/blog/2006/06/20/web-dynpro-abap-demonstration-videos

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/webcontent/uuid/28113de9-0601-0010-71a3-c87806865f26?rid=/webcontent/uuid/fed073e5-0901-0010-4eb4-c9882aac7b11 [original link is broken]

As the name suggests Web Dynpro for ABAP uses exactly the same meta model as its cousin Web Dynpro for Java. A Web Dynpro component, a Web Dynpro view, a Web Dynpro model, a Web Dynpro controller have the same semantics both for ABAP and Java. The main difference is the designtime environment, the development infrastructure and the runtime environment.

The designtime environment is properly embedded in the ABAP Workbench where Web Dynpro artifacts are simply a new category like BSP applications or classical dynpro based applications before. Also no surprises regarding the development infrastructure. The correction and transport system keeps track on all changes that are done, versions them and helps to propagate the Web Dynpro application from development to production like you would do with ordinary BSP or dynpro-based applications.

Last not least the execution platform is the ABAP server that produces application content ready to be integrated in the NetWeaver Portal seamlessly. Features like portal eventing can be used between applications written in ABAP or applications developed with Java.

First of all start doing SAP SDN tutorials .

Create some compenents with BAPI , Component usage and ALV .

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/02e1fa45-0801-0010-10a0-f1cf47e8c943

/people/marilyn.pratt/blog/2005/12/20/web-dynpro-for-abap

Try to Download demo tutorials from SDN library & Try to search WebDynpro ABAP WebLogs .

Wait not just that SAP has provided you with ample demo example of WD ABAP already bundled with SAP . Just Try out Components starting with WDR . I can tell you few like WDR_TEST_EVENTS ( It shows how every UI elments to use )

See packages like SWDP_DEMO , SALV_WD_DEMO

there are many more .

/people/marilyn.pratt/blog/2005/12/20/web-dynpro-for-abap

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/a282c952-0801-0010-1eb5-87953e036712

If you need some standard examples then do WDR* and you'll get a big list in se80 transaction. Also SWDP_DEMO is a good package to refer to. Check for WDR_TEST_UI_ELEMENTS and WDR_TEST_EVENTS for UI operations and their various events.

1) This is basic Info of WD ABAP

As the name suggests Web Dynpro for ABAP uses exactly the same meta model as its cousin Web Dynpro for Java. A Web Dynpro component, a Web Dynpro view, a Web Dynpro model, a Web Dynpro controller have the same semantics both for ABAP and Java. The main difference is the designtime environment, the development infrastructure and the runtime environment.

The designtime environment is properly embedded in the ABAP Workbench where Web Dynpro artifacts are simply a new category like BSP applications or classical dynpro based applications before. Also no surprises regarding the development infrastructure. The correction and transport system keeps track on all changes that are done, versions them and helps to propagate the Web Dynpro application from development to production like you would do with ordinary BSP or dynpro-based applications.

Last not least the execution platform is the ABAP server that produces application content ready to be integrated in the NetWeaver Portal seamlessly. Features like portal eventing can be used between applications written in ABAP or applications developed with Java.

2 ) I can give you links that can help you a lot.

First of all start doing SAP SDN tutorials .

Create some compenents with BAPI , Component usage and ALV .

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/02e1fa45-0801-0010-10a0-f1cf47e8c943

/people/marilyn.pratt/blog/2005/12/20/web-dynpro-for-abap

Try to Download demo tutorials from SDN library & Try to search WebDynpro ABAP WebLogs .

Wait not just that SAP has provided you with ample demo example of WD ABAP already bundled with SAP . Just Try out Components starting with WDR . I can tell you few like WDR_TEST_EVENTS ( It shows how every UI elments to use )

See packages like SWDP_DEMO , SALV_WD_DEMO

there are many more .

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