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Is it possible to use AJAX in Web Dynpro?

Hello,

Just wanted to know if its possible to use AJAX in Web Dynpro Views? I want to implement some kind of a key press event, when a user presses "h", it gets something from the backend end, then presses another letter, let say "e", then it gets data from the back end again, and so on.

Is it even possible? Or will this type of implementation requires me to use JSP (web application) instead of Web Dynpro?

regards,

arnold

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 03:38 AM

    Hi,

    No, you wont be able to play around with the client side of WD. you can use JSP/Servlet/JSF and use AJAX.

    Regards

    Ayyapparaj

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      Hello Ayyapparaj,

      Thank you for the reply. I tried what you mentioned, but could not find the J2EE project anywhere on the portal. What I did is logged on to the portal as administrator, browsed thru the content management and system administration, but could not find the project.

      I read somewhere that I need to package again the J2EE project into a PAR file. After this, deploy it to portal, then create IViews for the pages? Would AJAX work if the JSP is converted to IViews?

      regards,

      arnold

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