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classes and interfaces in BSP applications

Hi @ all!

I'm new to BSP and have noticed that many classes and interfaces are involved in BSP applications. Now I'm looking for UML class inheritance diagrams of the classes and interfaces CL_BSP_* , CL_HTTP_* and CL_HTMLB_* to get a better overview. Does anyone know where I can find such diagrams?

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2006 at 02:29 PM

    There are no publically available UML diagrams, however inheritance really shouldn't be too much of a problem as most of the classes aren't directly related in that manner. Also several of the levels are really internal only - so you would never interact with them.

    We did try to document all the classes and methods that BSP developers would most likely want to interact with:

    /people/thomas.jung3/blog/2005/01/13/bsp-utility-classes

    We updated and expanded the listing when we created Appendix A for the Advanced BSP Programming book.

    I can tell you that the CL_HTMLB* classes aren't listed. All the CL_HTMLB* classes are implementation classes for the BSP Extensions. You are better learning about these by reading about the extension elements itself. Once you are ready, consider reading up on the deeper materials around BSP Extensions and you will see how you can interact with the underlying classes for Extensions directly.

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    • Argh, You beat me to it Thomas!

      I was going to point to exactly that blog because it is a great one.

      I can also recommend the book Thomas wrote with Brian. It may be a tad complicated for a new-comer but it has some great ideas in it. I have certainly used some of them on projects I have been involved in.

      For inheritance you can see the inheritance of objects in SE80 in the properties tab of the class. (You probably know this already)

      You can also see super and sub classes in the left hand navigator window of SE80.

      In the meantime - Welcome to SDN and enjoy cruising around. There is a wealth of info here.

      Nigel

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2006 at 02:50 PM
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    Posted on Jun 19, 2006 at 03:00 PM

    Thank you for answering so quickly.

    @ Thomas: The Blog looks very interesting!

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