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Cutomizing Standard WebDynpro

Hi All,

I want to customize Standard WD application(like hiding fields,adding fields....)

I found out a BADI for this..Am i correct ?

For BSP there is a configuration table which does hiding/adding fields in a std screen.

Shall i follow the same approach in WD ? Is is possible to control the screen fields from configuration.(as like in BSP)

Thanks and regards,

Jothi.P

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    Posted on Apr 03, 2008 at 06:16 AM
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    • 1) From SE80, double click the Web Dynpro "Application".

      2) From the "Web Dynpro Application" Menu, select Test-->Execute in Administration Mode.

      3) Navigate to the screen you want to customize and right click selecting "Settings for Current Configuration".

      4) From here you can change the properties of the different fields.

  • Posted on Apr 04, 2008 at 08:34 PM

    Aaron,

    Could you tell me what authorization I need, to see "Test->Run in Administrator mode"? What I have is just a "Test" command...

    Thanks,

    Ihar

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      Hi All

      I came across a blog which gives a initial knowledge on customizing the web dynpro ABAP applications.

      Here are the links

      /people/mohammed.anzys/blog/2007/07/11/webdynpro-abap-enhancement-techniques-creating-postpre-exit

      /people/mohammed.anzys/blog/2007/07/16/webdynpro-abap-enhancement-techniques-enhancing-a-class

      Thanks, Venkat

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