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Portal Development : which way for simple application

Hi sdn,

First of all, i'd like to stay that i'm a beginner in EP development 😊

I've to create a simple application (2 views) on a portal.

I've study many ways : webdynpro, portal application (abstractportalcomponent, jspdynpage, dynpage).

The goal:

On the fist view you can select a portal user in a drop down list.

you push a button.

You arrive on a second view which retrieve the email of the portal user <b>AND</b> an information about the portal user (which is not defined again), this second information is stored in R/3 database (i think that i've to use BAPI ...). We suppose that the user is a portal user and a SAP R/3 user too.

My opinion:

<u>webdynpro</u>:

i can connect SAP R/3 system.

i can retrive easily information about the user of the portal (UME)

i can design easily (button, view, list)

and there is a lot of complet examples.

<u>jspdynpage</u>:

it's a "light" solution.

design in JSP , code in JAVA

but how to connect SAP R/3 system ...

<i>dynpage </i>(like jspdynpage)

but code/design are mixed

Which is the "best" way for you ?

Others global question related to this:

do you use html or htmlb in jspdynpage ? and why ?

in NWDS, the preview of htmlb code doesn't work, for example when i use a form button

example:

<%-- OutputText.jsp --%>

<%@ taglib uri= "tagLib" prefix="hbj" %>

<hbj:content

id="myContext">

<hbj:page

title="An Easy Start">

<hbj:form>

<hbj:button id="oKbutton"

text="OK"

onClick="onOKClick"

design="EMPHASIZED"

width="100">

</hbj:button>

</hbj:form>

</hbj:page>

</hbj:content>

does it need to be compiled or something else i've missed ...

Thanks,

Regard,

Phoenix

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  • Posted on Mar 10, 2006 at 12:04 PM

    Hi Leo,

    See the below weblog for Integration of SAP system and EP.

    /people/julia.kielbasiewicz/blog/2005/04/17/integration-of-sap-business-warehouse-and-enterprise-portal-150-single-sign-on

    Hope it helps..

    Thanks & Regards,

    Siva

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    Posted on Mar 11, 2006 at 08:36 AM

    Try my blog entries, if I may say so myself:

    Beginning EP Development

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    • Former Member

      hi,

      thanks for the answer but i've read your weblog last week, it's a nice blog but it didn't resolve my problem.

      Any time, i'm getting with webdynpro but i don't know if i've done the good choice ...

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 01:48 PM

    i choose webdynpro

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