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E-Recruiting EHP3 (BSP/Web Dynpro)

Hi,

Can some one please throw some light on below questions:

1) Is it advisable to go with BSP or Web Dynpro when the pack is EHP3?

2) Do all the pages available in Web Dynpro by EHP3?

3) If available in Web Dynpro, then approximately what percent, in contrast with BSP pages?

- Suresh

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 02:01 PM

    Well,

    you have two possibilities:

    1. Just BSP

    or

    2. BSP and Webdynpro

    1. BSP scenarios

    Every scenario in the system is available in BSP. This is valid for applicants and recruiting members.

    The functions for applicants are not recommended to be used in BSP. Therefore option 2 becomes important:

    2. BSP and Web Dynpro.

    Internal recruiting member pages (e.g. recruiter, data typist) are just available in BSP. In EHP4 they will be replaced by Web Dynpro. Manager Pages are available in BSP as well as in Web Dynpro. The Manager Web Dynpro Implementation requires SAP Portal. The BSP implementation does not.

    The candidate front end for internal and external applicants is fully available in Web Dynpro ABAP. In EHP3 there are more functions like "Tell a friend" just available in Web Dynpro. This will be the future technology for E-Recruiting. The Web Dynpro implementation allows you to run the external candidate front end on a seperate server which is an security enhancement. The communication to the real "Backend" will be done by RFC (distributed system scenario).

    Regards

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