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Screen ID via URL parameter to WDP application

Hi all,

after upgrading to SAP SCM 5.1 all my functionalities now are available in WDP ABAP.

Up until now it was BSP and it was easy to create a link with an explicit SCREEN ID that pointed to a special view of this application.



What I want to do now is calling the WDP ABAP application in a similar way. I want to start the application with a special start view but until now I did not find any solution for that.

I tried to use the WDP UI configuratior. I checked the application and I have found a parameter called SCRID, but I am not able to place this parameter in the URL. There is still the default screen displayed.

Does anyone have a clue what I can do? It is SAP standard application so in my mind there has to be the same possibility than before.

Thanks in advance.


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    Sep 01, 2008 at 09:30 AM


    In WebDynpro ABAP, any WebDynpro Application will point to a Window of WebDynpro Component.

    So in your case it will be there in WebDynpro Application Definition.

    Hope this helps.


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      Check this: [Using Parameters to Call a Web Dynpro Application|]

      First, you have to create parameter in your window-inbound-startup-plug (e.g. DEFAULT-Plug)

      e.g. Parameter I_View type String

      Then you have to create Inbound-Plug in your Views, and Outbound-Plugs in your Window and

      link them.

      Then in your window-inbound-handler-method (e.g. HANDLEDEFAULT) you can access that parameter and fire the outbound-plug


      CASE I_VIEW .
        WHEN 'VIEW1'.
            wd_This->Fire_Out_View1_Plg( ).
        WHEN 'VIEW2'.
            wd_This->Fire_Out_View2_Plg( ).
        WHEN OTHERS.

      In you WD-Application you can set a default value for your parameter.