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HTMLB Tableview MVC 620


We are using WAS 620 sp26 as a development environment for creating BSP web applications, HTMLB with the MVC design principle.

The system I am using does not have any real world examples other than the bookshop tutorial. I was wondering if other functional systems based on WAS architecture, such as CRM 3.1 have better examples of how to use MVC with HTMLB.

We wanti to use the HTMLB Tableview to list, edit, insert and delete rows.

Also we have a requirment for value pickers on certain fields. I have noticed that using HTMLB inputFields when you choose showHelp on date fields it brings up a nice javascirpt date picker similar to an F4, is there a nice way of doing likewise for other fields.

Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Posted on Oct 06, 2003 at 02:16 PM


    I had a similiar question months back about F4 help on htmlb.

    The reply was that the next HTMLb major release is to support a value picker (a window with a list of values to feed the original input field) which they planned for 6.30 version

    Don't know the status currently.



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    • Hi,

      in newer systems there is a BSP application called "BSP_MODEL". This shows the handling of HTMLB together with model binding.We improve it continuously.

      I do not know about any concrete plans to support value help, because we do not know the exact behaviour that is intended.

      The behaviour as known from dynpros is not really good in web scenarios.

      It is quite easy to have a small window with single entries taken from the dictionary (see application BSP_VHELP).

      You may use it as an example.

      More complex value helps should be individually designed. In some situations the application should be reorganized to include the searching directly.


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