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Creating Flicker-Free Online Interactive Forms

Hi,

Is it possible to create a Webdynpro application with online Interactive Form? When a server call is initiated from the form, the whole view is getting refreshed. It is written everywhere that Webdynpro supports flicker-free screens. None of my screens are working without flickering. Do I have to do anything explicitly to enable it or make it work?

Appreciate your response.

Thanks

Ram

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  • Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 05:41 AM

    Hi,

    "When a server call is initiated from the form, the whole view is getting refreshed"

    What exactly do you mean by this statement? Is your WebDynpro form getting refreshed and the previous state of the UI elements is lost?

    This does not happen in WebDynpro until you explicity specify in the coding.

    Have you written any such code in hook method (like wdDoModifyView)?

    Ashutosh

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      Hi Ashutosh,

      Thanks for the response. I am not loosing the previous state when the form is refreshed. When the form is getting refreshed, the user will see a blank screen for couple of seconds then the form is rendered again. Functionality wise there is no issue. But I am trying if we can some how fetch the server side data without refreshing the form. If you see any of the standard ISR forms, they all work without flickering.

      I am not doing anything in wdDoModifyView() method.

      Thanks

      Ram

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      Ram Mohan Boddula

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