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visualization of large web dynpro abap applications

I want to know how you make the visualization of large web dynpro abap application.

I would prefer unified modelling language (uml) but how to get the information concentrated visualized? For example I would make an adjusted class diagramme in uml with components instead of classes. but in web dynpro you have to describe not only a class but also the component controller its methods and attributs, the component usages of the component and the component controller etc., the cid´s and the whole view-level and so on.

whats the best practise to get an overview over a web dynpro application and not to create an wallpaper ? 😊

perhabs you got some examples or links?

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2007 at 05:13 PM
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      Hi!

      As far as I know there is no automatic way to achieve this. I think this would be difficult to implement, because what about the classes/objects/function modules U may use in your coding which are not part of the WDA application? What about all the CL_WD/IF_WD and CL_WDR/IF_WDR components which may be used by your WDA application? Where is the border?

      But maybe someone else has an idea ... ?

      Regards,

      Volker

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