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To create Transaction Iview or not to

Hi All,

I have a requirement to provide material master functionality through portal .The standard MM01 transaction will not suit our requirement we need to do some modifications .I am in a dilemma whether to create a new transaction in ABAP and integrate as transaction iview or create a webdynpro applicaiton and call the back end BAPIs.

Can some one provide the pros and cons of using one over the other.

Regards,

Tarun.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 05:42 AM

    hi

    webdynpro is meant for customization of UI screens according to user requirement.with transactional iview its not possible for customization.its better to go for webdynpro in your case.

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      We have to add new fields and the screen layouts will also be different....that can be achieved in SAP by creating a Z transaction .. the only consideration i have at this point of time is the performance .. if we have to write the same functionality in webdynpro .we have to make lot of BAPI calls . which i am worried will make the application very slow . Did any one handle this kind of requirement .

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