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SAP Work Manager 6.3.1 WPF client and Visual Enterprise

Hi - I'm trying to integrate WM6.3.1 with VE and have followed the 'Software development kit for mobile applications V6.1'

I've downloaded..

SAP mobile EAM SDK version 2.1

SAP 3D Visual Enterprise applications SDK 2.4

and copied the relevant DLL's to the Agentry client folder v70.14.0.37

so the folder looks like attachment attach1. attach1.png

I have copied an example file to a work order and can see in work manager attach2.


When I select I see attach3. attach3.png

I know the guide is pretty old, but have successfully used for GIS integration. Can anyone tell me what I'm missing.



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attach1.png (65.5 kB)
attach3.png (36.1 kB)
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  • Hi Stuart,

    We are also trying same thing for our internal landscape.

    Could please share me some reference documents and links for this if you have?

    Your help would be appreciated!!



  • Hi Sudhir,

    You need to get the relevant files from SMP SDK, VE SDK and EAM SDK to build a client like the attachment client.png and also include the DVL_Win32.dll file that Bill mentioned in the agentry client.

    Make sure you are on SMP SDK SP11 for the Agentry client. Then add the example .vds files from the VE SDK as attachments in SAP and open via the attachment processing in work manager, this will launch the VE viewer, make sure to not have the work manager client window maximized when launching as it does not work in full screen.



  • Sure Stuart, now I am good to start this.

    Appreciate your help!!



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  • Feb 03, 2017 at 08:03 PM


    Feedback from Work Manager Dev team who designed the app.

    "they need a CustomControls directory there that includes the AgentryClientSolution.dll file provided with the mobile SDK. This file is required for all extensions that we provide (GIS, UI5, VE, AR)."

    Basically your first picture (attach1) didn't show it that you have it and this is the root cause analysis of your question above.

    Hope this helps.

    Mark Pe

    SAP Product Support

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  • Feb 07, 2017 at 04:31 PM

    Try including DVL_Win32.dll in the WPF client directory alongside the other DVL dlls. Otherwise the files look to match mine. Could also be a version issue with the VE dlls and what the OpenUI control was built using.


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