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Migration to NW2004s


I'm just migrating an existing project from NW2004 SP14 to NW2004s SP8.

After I replaced the deprecated methods in my controllers there remain lots of deprecated warnings for the generated internal java files!

Some like 'setPaddingRight(String) from the type IWDFlowData is deprecated'.

How can I solve this warnings?

At the moment I have both IDEs installed (NW2004 SP14 and NW2004s SP8).

Any hint appreciated!

Thanks and regards,


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    Posted on Sep 27, 2006 at 09:53 AM

    You can get rid of such warnings by replacing deprecated property settings / features by their recommended replacements.

    For example, if you used FlowData with "paddingRight" in the past to realize button panels, you can use the new "ButtonRow" UI element in NW04s etc.


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      Not necessarily, this was only an example.

      For every deprecated feature, there should be a deprecation description in the Javadoc containing the recommended replacement, e.g

         * Adds the given <code>Column</code> at the end of the <code>Columns</code> list.
         * @param column     the <code>Column</code> to be added to the list
         * @see #getColumns()
       * @deprecated This association may be withdrawn with the first new NetWeaver release in 2006
       * as it is no longer needed.
       * Functionality is covered in "groupedColumns". Use "groupedColumns" aggregation instead.
        public void addColumn(IWDTableColumn column);

      If you find deprecated features without such a description, please open an OSS message on BC-WD-JAV-RUN.


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