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Display Countries in Web Dynpro Java

Apr 20, 2017 at 05:18 AM

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Hi,

I am new to Web Dynpro Java. How can I display the countries which are coming from the backend table. Which control should I use to display the countries?

Thanks & Regards,

Teja.

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Teja K Apr 21, 2017 at 11:37 AM
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Hi,

Any suggestions on the above issue?

Thanks and Regards,

Teja

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Hi Teja

I dont understand your scenario, can you please elaborate it ?

Thanks

Ervin

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Hi Ervin,

Thanks for your response.

Actually, I need to display some countries(India, Germany, etc) in front-end. Which control (textview or list...etc) I have to use to display that countries list in web dynpro java? This data is coming from backend as RFC. Could you please tell me the solution.

Thanks and Regards,

Teja.

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Hi Teja,

You should use a model which can connect to your backend system to reach the countries. After you should decide how you would like to display them. You can use text view or Caption also. You just have to mapping it to a context which includes the countries.

Best regards,
Szabolcs

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Hi Szabolcs Renyo,

I am using a table to bind the data. How can I bind data to the table?

I have done some steps like Importing model in Component controller by creating context node.

Created context mapping between view and Controller

After this step, I am not able to see the output.

Is there anything I need to do? Could you please suggest something?

Thanks and Regards,

Teja.

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Jun Wu Apr 29, 2017 at 04:24 PM
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it is too much for a newbie...

i don't think you can do the job if you don't have proper understanding of wdj

google how to call rfc in web dynpro java.

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