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Loading ESS & Custom developed Web Dynpro application

Hello,

We are working on EP7 and ECC 6.0.

We are customizing the ESS application and also we developed a custom developed web dynpro application which is using Adaptive RFC.

For some reason, we would like to put the ESS application and Custom developed web dynpro application on the same page. We did it.

Now, the problem is when we are opening this page in portal, the custom developed web dynpro application is taking long time to load than the ESS application. Also when we try to input some data into ESS application the custom developed application gets refreshed automatically and reloading again.

Now we want both the applications to reload at a time and also the custom developed one should not get refreshed automatically and should not get reloaded again.

Remember, the custom developed web dynpro application is using an Adaptive RFC model which is not related with backend CATS RFCs.

Can anyone provide me work around for this?

Points will be awarded.

Thanks & Regards,

Raj.

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  • Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 08:48 AM

    Hi Raj,

    Instead of loading two webdynpro's load only one webdynpro (custom).

    Follow the steps below:

    1) In custom webdynpro use ESS WebDynpro.

    2) create a view conatiner in custom webdynpro view and embed the interface view of ESS.

    In this process you will have only one Application pointing to ESS and Custom webdynpro.

    Thanks & Regards

    Srikanth

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