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Consuming a WebDynpro application in VC

Hi Experts,

I have developed an application in Web Dynpro and it is running successfully.

Now I want to send the input of this WebDynpro application to VC application to display the summary as the last screen.

Please let me know, how to send the input from the webdynpro application to VC application.

Whether this can be done, if yes, please let me know.

Kindly help me.




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    Oct 22, 2008 at 08:45 AM

    Hi Palani

    You can do that by using Guided Procedure.

    Make sure you add a start point with the relevant fields to your VC model and map the data

    from the WD app to the start point of the model (made in VC). The mappping is done in the Guided Procedure.

    Hope it helps



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Palani,

      Basically, Guided Procedures (GP) can help you model business processes in which you connect various back-end applications and services into a single workflow. In addition, multiple contributors may be involved in completing the process.

      GP can use a few different callable objects, such as WD and VC for example. Each step in GP envolves one callable object, in your case there should be one GP step that uses WD as it's callable object and another step following this one that uses VC as it's callable object. As for using VC as a callable object of GP, I can tell you that the VC model must include a Start-Point connector and an End-Point connector (else GP will not work with the model). As for using WD as a callable object you will have to ask in the WD forum or GP forum or Composition Environment forum.

      A detailed inromation about using Guided Procedures (GP) can be found in the SAP CE NetWeaver Library, under this link:

      I hope it helps,

      If you encounter difficulties while creating the GP feel free to ask.