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SAP Webdynpro

SAP Webdynpro Training 

Type : Hands on Training

Version : SAP ECC 6.0 EHP 7

Duration : 40Hours

Delivery Method  : Online / In-House

 

SAP WebDynpro

SAP WebDynpro Introduction                                                                                                                                           

Description:

Web Dynpro is the SAP NetWeaver programming model for user interfaces and provides support when developing the Web representation of business applications. The Web Dynpro model is based on the Model View Controller paradigm, and has the following features that build on the classic dynpro model:

•        Clear separation of business logic and display logic

•        Uniform metamodel for all types of user interfaces

•        Execution on a number of client platforms.

•        Extensive platform independence of interfaces

What you Learn                                                                                                                                           

Course Goals: 

Business Process

How WebDynpro Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

 

SAP WebDynpro Contents                                                                                                                                           

Chapter 1: Introduction to Web Dynpro 

Unit Overview

Introduction to Web Dynpro entities

Navigation between Views

Windows and Nested Views

Web Dynpro Architecture

Exercise 1 – Create a simple Web Dynpro Application

Create a Web Dynpro Component

Create Views and Windows

Enable navigation between views

Unit summary

Chapter 2: Controllers 

Unit Overview

What are controllers?

Types of Controllers

Component Controller

Custom Controllers

Configuration Controllers

View Controller

Window Controllers

Lifetime of Controllers

Controller Entities

Constituents of all controllers

Special entities of different controllers

Exercise 2 – Debugging and finding out hook methods execution order

Unit summary

Chapter 3: Context 

Unit Overview

Contexts – What and Why?

Basic units of Context

Operations on Context

Creating a new context node and an attribute

Creating a new context element

Modifying context nodes and elements

Modifying the context mapping

Properties of Context

Cardinality

Lead Selection

Singleton

Supply Function

Context Mapping

Component Controller

Custom Controllers

Configuration Controllers

View Controller

Window Controllers

Chapter 4: User Interface in Web Dynpro 

Unit Overview

Defining a View Layout

How to create UI elements?

Defining a View Layout

How to use View Editor

Common Properties of UI elements

Container UI elements

Layout Managers

Flow Layout

Row Layout

Matrix Layout

Grid Layout

Data Binding

Defining Data Binding

UI elements behavior

Display texts in UI elements

Composite UI elements

Table UI element

Tree UI element

Exercise 4 – Use layout manager to define the view

Exercise 5 – Use composite UI elements

Unit summary

 

Chapter 5: Programming with Controllers and Context 

Unit Overview

Methods in different controllers – Detailed Look

Controller Attributes

Access Context Nodes and Elements at runtime

Reading Context Node

Reading a Child Node

Reading and Setting Attribute values

Adding new Elements to Context Node

Creating a new Node Element

Binding Structure and Table to Context Node

Exercise 6 – Create an application to read and set the values of Context Node Attributes

Exercise 7 – Create an application to bind the context with structure and table

Unit summary

Chapter 6: Internationalizing Web Dynpro Application 

Unit Overview

Why we need to Internationalize our applications?

Using Texts from ABAP Dictionary

Creating and Using OTR texts

Using Texts from ABAP Class

What is an Assistance Class and its Use?

Chapter 7: Handling Messages in UI 

Unit Overview

Positioning of Messages

Handling of Messages property

Categories of Messages and Methods available

Exception

Reporting Messages

Text

Exception

Exercise 9 – Create an application and provide validation to UI elements

Unit summary

Chapter 8: Usability Concepts 

Unit Overview

How to achieve Usability of Web Dynpro Application?

Value Help

Types of input help

Value Selectors

Semantic Help

Field Dependent Help Texts

Field Independent Help Texts

Keyboard Access

Default buttons

Hotkeys

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