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Mobile 7.1

Hello Stefan,

I followed the end-to-end e-learning on SAP NetWeaver Mobile 7.1 New Development Cycle and Tools and have a question:

In the Architecture -Info you mention that it is also possible to use Web Services,

- Is the SAP WAS ABAP required to Create the Data Objects, for the CDS and for DOE or it WAS JAVA should do?

Best regards,

Dharmi

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 02:56 PM

    Hello Dharmi,

    you do not need a WEBAS Java for the development of occasionally connected applications in SAP NetWeaver Mobile 7.1.

    You design the Data Objects in the Data Orchestration Workbench, which is a part of your WebAS ABAP.

    Then you need to define how you can fill your Data Objects with data. You can either design a BAPI Wrapper which calls a standard Function Module or you design a BAPI Wrapper which calls a Web Service.

    I hope this helps.

    Best Regards,

    Stefan

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      Hello Stefan,

      Thank you for your prompt reply.

      I am still confused:

      1. For occasionally connected applications : WAS Java is not needed , WAS ABAP is required ok. The web services are built on WAS JAVA with NWDS for non-SAP backend, why is the BAPI wrapper required to call them? On what platform would the Mobile application built ? I was thinking of Mobile Web Dynpro ...

      2. What would be requirements for the always connected applications?

      Best regards,

      Dharmi

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