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Hi Friend,

i came to know the t.code SE58 for WEBDYNPRO CONVERSION. can you please tell me what is the use of this t.code?

Thanks in advance,

Regards,

Kannan.

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  • Posted on Oct 14, 2005 at 05:20 PM

    I'm pretty sure that it may be the beginnings of the conversion program which will take dynpros(ABAP) and convert them to webdynpros(ABAP). It probably doesn't work in your system if you are running on WAS 6.40. I believe that it is finished up in version WAS 7.00, but that may not be true.

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    Rich Heilman

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    • This is from the release restrictions for NetWeaver04S

      The originally planned dynpro conversion functionality which converts an

      existing screen based ABAP program (transaction) into a running Web

      Dynpro for ABAP component will not be released with SAP NetWeaver 2004s.

      There are no plans to support this in a future release either. However,

      a pure design time conversion tool, which allows the reuse of the layout

      of an existing screen will be part of Web Dynpro for ABAP. The Dynpro

      design time conversion generates Web Dynpro (for ABAP) view metadata

      from the screen sources of an ABAP program. It is a pure design time

      tool and does not provide any runtime support for the generated Web

      Dynpro for ABAP objects, in particular, converting flow logic of the

      screen program and calling ABAP modules is out of scope.

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