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SAP TechEd in Las Vegas SapGUI Session Slides

This thread is about some slides that Rolf-Martin promised me, relative to this thread:

Sap GUI for Java and Graphical Screen Painter

from the thread:

My Question:

"I'd like to know if there is a roadmap with the features we could expect in the new version of SAPGUI 7.10, and if you guys are planning to support(or add, since it is a stand-alone application) the Graphical Screen Painter."

Rolf-Martin's answer:

"when I am in the office tomorrow, I will try to make available the slides of the SAPGUI session held on SAP TechEd in Las Vegas last week. It contains the information you are interested in."

that was a long ago ... Oct 9, 2007

thanks to all for the help ...

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2007 at 07:18 PM

    Hallo Jayme,

    sorry that it took that long. I have discussed this with our product management and unfortunately the slides will become available online only after the sequence of SAP TechEds this fall has completed, which is end of November.

    To address your particular question regarding the Graphical Screen Painter, the answer is that this will not be in SAP GUI for Java 7.10. This satellite application is outside the scope of SAP GUI for Java development. In case you want to request it officially, I suggest to raise a development request on component BC-DWB-TOO-SCR.

    Regarding what's new in SAP GUI for Java 7.10, there will be shortly an announcement here on SDN.

    Best regards

    Rolf-Martin

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