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Problem rendering UI elements on mobile WD App...

Hello gurus,

I have a big problem. I'm developing a mobile WD App. All works fine and all my controls render fine in my PC IE Browser, but when i test this morning my mobile app on a PDA, the behavior of my buttons are strange (the actions does not trigger), the tables does not look good, the calendar does not diplay...so i've been looking for documentation...and all the doc refering to mobile WD development did not said that i need install something on my PDA (tools, clients, or VM), and apparently buttons are supported and tables too...dropdownlist etc. So i need help because i'm using all the UI Elements supported but the app. isnt running rigth , i really dont know what is happening here...do i have to install to the PDA the JVM? do i have to install something special to my PDA in order to make my WD App works?. This is critical for me because the way i'm developing and the tools i'm using depends on it. I must said that i dont want to use SAP MI, my scenario is only for a mobile WD App access through an URL.

PLEASE HELP!!

Regards

MC

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  • Posted on Aug 09, 2008 at 05:28 AM

    can you try the same application with following pattern

    //<host>:<port>/webdynpro/dispatcher/<vendor>/<CompName>/<CompApp>?sap-wd-client=PieClient

    Regarding UI elements, I think there are restrictions, I am not sure. Like Table - GroupedColumns are not supported, instead, try TableColumn itself.

    nikhiL

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2008 at 11:37 PM

    Hello,

    I have the same problem and i've tried call the app in my PDA using this parameter but the control's behavior still the same, and the action of my buttons doesnt activate itself. Please help us 😔

    KR,

    CP

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