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    Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 02:00 PM

    Hi see this

    Web Dynpro ABAP

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/db22242d-0701-0010-28a2-aeaa1fefd706

    Hope that the following also helps you.

    Web Dynpro for ABAP (WD4A, WDA) is the SAP standard UI technology for developing Web

    applications in the ABAP environment. It consists of a runtime environment and a graphical

    development environment with special Web Dynpro tools that are integrated in the ABAP

    Workbench (SE80).

    Web Dynpro offers the following advantages for application developers:

    The use of declarative and graphical tools significantly reduces the implementation

    effort

    Web Dynpro supports a structured design process

    Strict separation between layout and business data

    Reuse and better maintainability by using components

    The layout and navigation is easily changed using the Web Dynpro tools

    Stateful applications are supported – that is, if the page is changed and the required

    data remains intact so that you can access it at any time throughout the entire

    application context.

    Note that stateless applications are not possible.

    Automatic data transport using data binding

    Automatic input check

    Automatic operation of the Web Dynpro application using the keyboard

    User interface accessibility is supported

    Full integration in the reliable ABAP development environment

    Web Dynpro Architecture

    Definition

    Web Dynpro is the SAP NetWeaver programming model for user interfaces (UIs).

    The Web Dynpro model is based on the Model View Controller paradigm, and has the

    following features that build on the classic dynpro model:

    Clear separation of business logic and display logic

    Uniform metamodel for all types of user interfaces

    Execution on a number of client platforms.

    Extensive platform independence of interfaces

    Structure

    Metamodel Concept

    Web Dynpro provides support for developing Web representation of a business application.

    You use specific tools to describe the properties of a Web Dynpro application in the form of

    Web Dynpro metadata. The necessary source code is then generated automatically and

    executed at runtime. In addition to the events offered by the framework, you can also define

    your own events for a Web Dynpro application. However, the event handling must always be

    programmed in separate source code areas which are executed automatically when the event

    is triggered at runtime.

    In Web Dynpro, each user interface is always made up of the same basic elements. These

    elements of the metamodel can be statically declared using Web Dynpro tools.

    It is also possible to implement elements of the metamodel at runtime and to change them or

    reintegrate them at runtime. Using these implementations, you can make any changes or

    enhancements to a user interface that has been created by declarative methods by

    generating new interface structures at runtime.

    This means that you can combine declarative processes and the implementation of source

    code.

    Graphical Development Tools

    To support this declarative concept, both the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio and the

    ABAP Workbench contain a range of Web Dynpro tools. You can therefore generate a large

    proportion of a Web Dynpro application using the tools provided, without having to create your

    own source code. This applies to the following parts of the application:

    Data flow between the front end and back end

    Layout of the user interface

    Properties of user interface elements

    The Web Dynpro tools enable you to create source text areas manually within generated

    source texts. These areas are not changed if the source code is regenerated.

    Separation of Business and Application Logic

    Using Web Dynpro enables a clear separation of business logic and display logic. A Web

    Dynpro application runs on the front end and has local or remote access to the back end

    system via a service. This means that the display logic is contained in the Web Dynpro

    application, while the business logic and the persistence of the business objects run in the

    back end system. The following options are currently available for connecting Web Dynpro

    applications and the back-end system:

    An interface generated using adaptive RFC, through which BAPIs of an SAP system

    can be called

    An interface for calling Web services

    A self-generated interface

    The source code required for connecting the Web Dynpro application can be generated

    from a UML definition of the Web Dynpro interface. A UML definition can be imported

    into the Web Dynpro tools as an XML file.

    Conversion of the Model-View-Controller

    Conversion of the Model-View-Controller Programming Model

    Every Web Dynpro application is structured according to the Model View Controller

    programming model:

    The model forms the interface to the back end system and thus enables the

    Web Dynpro application access to data.

    The view is responsible for the representation of the data in the browser.

    The controller lies between the view and the model. The controller formats

    the model data to be displayed in the view, processes the user entries made by the

    user, and returns them to the model.

    /people/thomas.jung/blog/2006/06/20/web-dynpro-abap-demonstration-videos

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04s/helpdata/en/77/3545415ea6f523e10000000a155106/frameset.htm

    Regards

    Anji

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  • Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 02:07 PM

    Interface controller is exposed, so that you have access to the component from another component. It is all around the component reuse.

    Regards

    RIch Heilman

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 02:11 PM

    hi

    good

    A custom controller is usually not indicated, but there are special cases where you may

    want to use one. In most cases, you want to use component controller. You will find

    yourself primarily using:

    Views (These are really controllers also just map from context in component controller what you need)

    Component Controller

    Component Interface Controller (But always delegate to Component Controller).

    Basically, you should use Component Controller to access model and build initial context

    then just map what you need. 90% of time Custom Controller is not needed.

    Rarely put methods on component interface controller that do not just delegate to methods on component controller. If you are creating WD it is important to use project

    type DC of type WD rather than just WD app. To really structure a WD app have a look

    at the use of DCs. A Model DC, UI DC, Root DC etc.

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    thanks

    mrutyun^

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    Alvaro Tejada Galindo

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 05:43 PM

    Hi,

    Component Controller is the Master Controller for a WebDynpro Component.It controls the interaction with

    - All other Controllers

    - Child Component Instances

    - Model Objects.

    It is a <b>Global Controller</b>.

    Whereas,<b>Interface Controllers</b> are used for Communication from One Controller to the Next Controller.

    Regards,

    Padmam.

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