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Different Between Webdynpro and Visual Composor

Hi,

Can any one explain the different between them?

1. Can the Adobe Flex (VC) interact with the SAP program directly?

E.g Flex -> SAP back end

Or:

2. The SAP system must interact with the Webdynpro first. Then, the webdynpro generate the XML code (or other code) and interact with Webdynpro

E.g Flex -> Webdynpro -> SAP back end.

Thanks all

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 20, 2006 at 01:18 PM

    Hi Andy,

    I am taking ur title as ur question, Web Dynpro is used when there are complex application development e.g., ESS, CRM Applications. VC is used for simple apps and reports. e.g, BW Reports.

    If you need any programming, go for Web Dynpro. Otherwise for just importing and exporting, Visual Composer.

    Visual Composer takes very less time compared to Web DYnpro, but can support only simple reports.

    /Raj.

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      Hello Andi,

      Adobe Flex is a UI technology that is used by Visual Composer. You can basically ask VC to generate MXML and hence Flash as an output format. You do not have access to it.

      Back end access has to be modeled in VC.

      Regards

      Juergen

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