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new to abap webservices.Help!

Hi frnds,

I am new to webservices could any body plz help me in settings to be done to work with it. and a brief idea and some materials regarding how to start my apllications...

thanks in advance.

MSR.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:04 AM

    Hi Santosh,

    web services means we have web dynpro for java and for webdynpro for abap. I will tell the configurations to be done in webdynpro abap.

    what is webdynpro?

    Ans: it defines the standard structure for user interface applications and it is derieved frm MVC concept. i thnk u knw MVC here M-> stands for Model (where the businmess logic resides).

    V->where the view or the layout is present and handeled.

    C->it is the controller where it drives both the view and model.

    advantages of web dynpro:

    structuring of programs.

    creation of easily manageable application prgma

    reusable of whole component.

    check these links for more details:Hope u may get those thngs more clearly.

    saptechnical.com/Tutorials/WebDynproABAP/SimpleApplication/ - 6k

    saptechnical.com/Tutorials/WebDynproABAP/ - 2k

    Browser logon ticket not accepted from WAS 700. - 35k -

    dispworkexe-stopped-message-server-not-connected - 51k

    Hope it might be helpful to u ....

    regards,

    sana.

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