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how to find the sap provided examples for bsp's and webdynpros

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how to find the sap provided examples for bsp's and webdynpros's in system

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2006 at 11:29 AM

    its all in SE80.

    for BSP's

    HTMLB_SAMPLES,

    IT00, IT01, etc.

    tutorial_1

    tutorial_1_js

    TUTORIAL_2

    tutorial_2_js

    TUTORIAL_2HTMLB

    tutorial_3

    TUTORIAL_3_MVC

    tutorial_4

    TUTORIAL_4_MVC

    TUTORIAL_CACHE

    SBSPEXT_HTMLB

    SBSPEXT_XHTMLB

    SBSPEXT_PHTMLB

    for ABAP webdynpro also you can get them from SE80

    also for ABAP webdynpro check out these

    /people/thomas.jung/blog/2006/06/20/web-dynpro-abap-demonstration-videos

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/developerareas/webdynpro?rid=/webcontent/uuid/512040e1-0901-0010-769c-c238c6ca35d9 [original link is broken]

    Regards

    Raja

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2006 at 11:35 AM

    Hi,

    Go to transaction SE80.

    Choose type of appllication : BSP Application

    Enter demo in the input field and click the button (This is for F4 help)

    It will show you couple of examples. You double click on any application and click display in the below object navigator. Click F8 to test the application.

    Same with the WebDynpros also.

    Choose type of appllication : Web Dynpro Comp./Intf.

    Enter demo in the input field and click the button (This is for F4 help)

    It will show you couple of examples. You double click on any application and click display in the below object navigator. Click F8 to test the application.

    Thanks,

    ramakrishna

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