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Standard Table to store the WebDynpro Details

Hi,

Is there any Standard Tabe that is used to store the details of a

WebDynpro Application .

That is it the WebDynpro Component and its Corresponding WebDynrpo Application,Classes etc (Similar to BSP where there is a standard table that is used to store the Pages,

its corresponding Controller Classes and the BSP Application)

Thanks and Regards,

Pavithra

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 04:32 AM

    The Applicaiton details are stored in WDY_APPLICATION table

    Abhi

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 11:34 AM

    Yes there are underlying database tables for just about every aspect of Web Dynpro. In fact there are 112 database tables that begin with the name WDY_*. All of these store some aspects of a Web Dynpro related data. However there are no public APIs that allow programatic access to this underlying Web Dynpro meta data yet.

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    • Thomas Jung Abhimanyu Lagishetti

      BSP had such public APIs and they were mostly used by other frameworks (like BI) to generate objects. Web Dynpro actually has much greater dynamic functionality without the need for object generation. However in some usecases it might still be preferable to dynamically generate a View or an entire WD component.

      Nothing has been anounced or commited to by SAP to provide such public APIs. There are APIs, but they are only allowed for use by the ABAP workbench currently. Although not technically supported by SAP, they were also used within the SAPlink Web Dynpro ABAP Plug-In.

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