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BSP versus WebDympro

Hi guys, i would like to submit to all of you a basis question. I'm not a developer.

Suppose you have to develop some Mobile application (Online ) to be run on devices like PocketPC or Blackberry.

Wich should be the difference between BSP and WebDympro ? And in order of availability and supportability by next releses of Sap ?

And in terms of develop cost and time needed ?

The release involved are actually Sap 47 Enterprise Ext1 and Sap ECC5.


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  • Posted on Nov 14, 2005 at 09:14 AM

    I am also new to BSP and Dynpro. It would be nice if anyone can say the difference between them. Are BSP and HTMLB outdated ?

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    • Hi,

      If you want to assure client independant applications (certainly for mobile clients) with all the same look and feel, WebDynpro is a good choice. Dependant if you want to develop in Java, you start right away. You need to wait a bit for the ABAP version. NW2004s is due for first half of 2006.

      BSP/HTMLB is still a good "tool" and far from outdated. If you like to have everything in control by yourself and don't want to be dependant of the support of certain client by SAP, this is the way to go.


  • Posted on Nov 14, 2005 at 09:54 AM

    many thanks.

    But please, there is something that is possible with WebDympro that is not possible with BSP and viceversa ?

    Using BSP I have to write different pages format for any mobile device ?

    What is more easy to maintain BSP or Webdympro ?


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    Posted on Nov 14, 2005 at 10:22 AM

    b4 starting go thru the following link ...

    This has been posted by Thomas Jung ( the toppest contributor of SDN ).

    Hope it helps .



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