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ITS WEB PROGRAMMING

I am using ITS, SAP gui for html, i am able to emulate the sap transactions exactly with the same interface. if I want that , transactions like VA03, ME23N, should be shown to the user browsing with a interface simialr to that of websites. Then do i need to know Html business functions, to program each screen accordingly.

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  • Posted on Nov 24, 2003 at 11:50 AM

    Besides I don't get your question quite well, I'll try to answer:

    First of all, you cannot programm an ITS screen. It shows you what the Dynpro delivers. Some configuration is possible, but that's it.

    If you want to program go into BSP. There is another forum for this.

    Regards,

    Benny

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2003 at 12:43 PM

    The SAP Internet Transaction Server (ITS) provides several implementation models for developing Internet and intranet applications ? known as Internet Application Components (IACs) ? that access data in the SAP System. The model you use depends on the type of application you are developing, but users can start them from any Web browser.

    Some implementation models are screen-based, others are screen-independent, but there is no clear assignment of application type to implementation model.

    The information below lists the currently available ITS implementation models and briefly describes each.

    Model Purpose

    SAP GUI for HTML

    Enables users to call R/3 dialog transactions from a Web browser.

    This model dynamically emulates R/3 transaction screens by mapping screen elements automatically to HTML pages.

    Web Transactions

    Enables users to call R/3 dialog transactions from a Web browser.

    This model converts R/3 transaction screens to HTML pages through manual mapping of screen elements.

    Flow Logic

    Enables users to run applications from a Web browser where:

    Business logic is defined in remote function modules or BAPIs

    Dialog flow is defined in flow files and determined by the user at runtime

    Presentation ("look and feel") is defined in HTML templates

    WebRFC

    Enables users to call R/3 function modules from a Web browser.

    Web Reporting

    Enables users to call R/3 reports and pregenerated lists from a Web browser and browse R/3 report trees in the Web Reporting Browser.

    Web Reporting is a special-case WebRFC application (that is, based on WebRFC technology)

    You can find all information concerning and other details at http://help.sap.com -> SAP NetWeaver -> SAP Web Application Server -> SAP NetWeaver Components -> ITS/SAP@Web Studio.

    Regards,

    Razi

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