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i am a student in the Technical University Munic. Now i beginn with my Bachelor work.

The topic of the Bachelor work is theoretical description over function mode of the Web dynpros.

It refers not to programming, but to theory.

it contains the following topics :

1: Where and How is J2EE used with SAP?

2: Function mode of WebDynpro

3: Operational areas of WebDynpro

4: How to integrate WebDynpros into EP ?

5: Communication between WebDynpros

6: Deployment process

7: Standard Java class for Web Dynpros

8: additional technology and concepts( for Example: MVC )

9: how Web Dynpros access a normal database( JDBC )

10: how Web Dynpros access SAP data ( JCO )

can someone help me to look for appropriate Documention or books.

you can leave the name of books or the URL for the Documentation.

Thank You !!!

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2005 at 12:59 PM

    hi

    standard java class for webdynpro can be found in this link.

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/92892397-0201-0010-5eb1-97080cbdd4b1

    regarding integrating webdynpro application in ep can be found in

    samples and tutorials in the webdynpro developer area in the www.sdn.sap.com.

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2005 at 01:02 PM

    Hi

    Go through these links.

    regarding Java related webdynpro regarding Java related webdynpro

    What is Web Dynpro? What is Web Dynpro?

    Why WebDynpro ? Why WebDynpro ?

    What kind of applications are being developed with Web Dynpro? What kind of applications are being developed with Web Dynpro?

    Regards

    Vijayakhanna Raman

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