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Integration of webdynpros using portals

Hi folks,

Iam new to Web Dynpros and Enterprise Portals. I have divided the project into 4 modules and four of us had worked on it using WebDynpros and all the modules are working fine independent of each other. Now I wanted to integrate all the 4 modules into a single one. Would it be good to integrate it through Enterprise Portals or Can I do it through web Dynpros itself. Could you please provide the links for the pdf's regarding the same. Thanks in Advance.

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2007 at 12:27 PM


    You can have a single Web Dynpro application that uses the other components, and then create an iView for the first Web Dynpro application.

    You can also simply create iViews from each of the Web Dynpro applications and place on the same page.

    It depends what type of interaction you need between the various components.


    P.S.: What version are you in?

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    • Hi Suvarna,

      In NetWeaver 2004, you create a iView from your Web Dynpro application, and then add your iView to a page and the page to a workset and the workset to a role. You make the role or workset an entry point, and assign the user to the role.

      After this, the iView you created is automatically part of the navigation, generally in the left-hand navigation. When you click on it, you get the iView (WD application) in the content area.

      If you want to create a link in one WD application (iView) to go to another WD application (iView), then you must follow whats written in the documentation for 2004 --

      If you want to not navigate but send events to other iViews on the same page, then you can use EPCM, also described in the above documentation.

      Hope this helps.


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    Posted on Feb 02, 2007 at 05:01 AM

    Hi Danial,

    Thanks a lot for providing the link. Its very helpful to integrate the application.


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