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Guided Procedures - Integration of Webdynpro Java with Adobe Interactive fo

Hi All,

We have created Webdynpro java application with Adobe interactive forms.It works fine in NWDS and also in Webdynpro Content Administrator.

When we have called this component in Guided Procedures (callable object - Webdynpro (GP Interface)), the form screen has not displayed.

Plz help us..

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 12:02 AM

    Priya,

    You need to use Webdynpro CO Window which is created by implementing the GP Interface ....

    Regards,

    Shikhil

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    • Former Member Fazal Ahamed

      Hi,

      Scenario : User have to log into GP runtime, When he clicks the first action it should display the adobe form. He has to fill the details and submit the form. This form is routed for Approver 1 for review. The first approver will log into portal,view it (UWL),approve it and sent for second approver.The same process happens with the second approver.After both approvals, a BAPI updates the data in the interactive form in R/3

      All the process have to be done in Guided Procedures, then integrated with Portal at the end.

      We have tried creating an Wdynpro Java app with online adobe form and executed successfuly in NWDS and also in Webdynpro content administrator.

      issue:-

      When we create a callable object(webdynpro app(gp interface CO)) in GP and test, we were unable to view the form.

      Now our question is : what are we mising ?

      Is it possible to integrate online interactive adobe form with guided procedures?

      Is our approach to solve the scenario right?

      any links or tutorials will be greatly appreciated

      TIA,

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