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Suspend and Resume Plugs

how can we create and use Suspend and Resume Plugs of Window for navigation between two WDA application,

Please tell me with example.

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 06:21 AM


    1.Create Suspend Outbound plug in window ( when you create this URL parameter is automatically added to the plug by the framework )

    2.Create Resume In bound plug in the same window

    3. add the window controller usage to the View in Properties Tab

    4. fire the window outbound plug by passing the Other Applicaiton URL


    Now, in the Second Application to come back to the First Application

    You have to read teh Application Parameter 'sap-wd-resumeurl' which is a URL and using LinkToURL or ExitPlug you can achieve this


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    • ZTEST1 is the other web dynpro application where i want to navigate





      OUT_ABSOLUTE_URL = str


      • to fire the suspend outbound plug in view wher e ZTEST is my window name


      l_ZTEST type ref to IG_ZTEST.

      l_ZTEST = wd_This->Get_Ztest_Ctr( ).

      l_ztest->fire_test_plg( url = str ).

      though the sap-wd-resumeurl is being passed to the application as i can see in the URL, it is not appearing in the application parameters in SP10, i hope this is working in higher versions


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