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Adding SAP UI5 forms in Workmanager 6.4 ( WPF for windows7) - Syclo

May 25, 2017 at 06:54 AM

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Hi experts,

I am working on Syclo Workmanager 6.4. I am trying to integrate SAP UI5 forms to workmanager. The scenario is when a user tries to complete the order he should get a feedback form to be filled which should should be a dynamic SAP UI5 form.

I have referred the link https://uacp2.hana.ondemand.com/viewer/06008dfd510e4e76aa45b2b7d01d570e/2.0.1/en-US/e9517bf2ab45461a855423eab4d0dfd9.html.

I have created a custom folder and added my html code where my WPF client is installed.

But, how should I call it in agentry?

And, do I need to add Cordova files? I am using WPF for windows 7. If anyone has attained this, step by step procedure would be helpful.

Regards,

Bino

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Hi Bino,

Did it work for you?

Could I request you to guide me if it has worked for you?

Thanks,

Sudhir.

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Bill Froelich
Jun 04, 2017 at 04:01 AM
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The UI5 support in Agentry was implemented by the Work Manager team as an Open UI control. This means that to invoke the control you will need a field on a page that contains the correct reference in the External Field > Class Name property. This class will be invoked when the screen is rendered triggering the UI5 code. I would recommend you look at the sample application for an example of how it invokes the UI5 Open UI control. You may need to look in the Android or iOS SDK for the example project. I can't recall if it is correctly included with the WPF code.

--Bill

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Hi Bill,

If I follow Sample projects and create a Open UI tab, I can only see folder structure inside, not the UI5 screen.

Can you help on this ?

Thanks

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I recommend you first take the sample UI5 Open UI project and get that running without any modifications. That will allow you to confirm you have the necessary Open UI libraries and files in all the right places. Once you have confirmed you have a working client then consider adding the functionality into your application.

--Bill

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