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WebDynpro and ABAP


I am finding this collaboration very useful and the contibutions are great. I have an issue and hope to get resolution for this soon.

I have downloaded sneak preview of Netweaver developer studio 6.30 and worked on the tutorials except for the one which uses BAPI Model.

I have created a webdynpro project with Viewset, the first view will accept the id from the user. when get orders button is clicked it is supposed to display the orders which are returned by the custom RFC function module from R/3. I have created Model for the RFC, custome contoller, view set and the views. Also mapped the model context to controller context and in turn the view contexts. implemented the action event to trigger and execute the model.execute( ). The result is I am not getting the list of orders at all in the table view. Remote debugging didn't give any clue about the values in the program either. I need help to proceed further on this, if need be I can send the code with the message.

Appreciate your help.....


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  • Posted on Sep 30, 2003 at 07:40 PM

    Hi Suresh,

    I read and read your post, I searched high and low, my eyes started to panic when they saw the string "Regards". Alarm, captain on the bridge immediately. An exception has occured: there was no magic word "BSP" in this append. What to do?

    Not to worry said the captain. We will shoot from hip. (Now if you don't know this expression, it does not matter much, as it does not contribute to the answer at all.) So everybody loaded up, and fired away.

    Result: dunno.

    So let me guess in the dark: To this sneak preview, let me be forgiven for saying this, a very small critical part was forgotten. It is the same as forgetting to put the heart back into the patient after the operation. And what was forgotton? The ABAP stack! There you have it. The truth has been revealed. There you are, sitting on a sneak preview, doing RFCs like crazy, and not getting any answer. (In all seriousness, the sneak preview is just a Java stack, a show of technology, if you wish. It was conciously kept small. Including the ABAP stack would have added another Gig or more.)

    If I am guessing correct, the thing you must do, is run your RFC against another R/3 that you just might have standing around. This was the advice I saw previously.

    If this rumbling was totally wrong, give a little more detail, and I can ask some colleagues to answer you.

    regards, brian

    The captain has left the bridge.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Suresh,

      since this posting is related to the Java Stack of Web Dynpro, I have posted a message in the Web Application Server Forum (replying to your first thread posted there).

      Please follow-up this topic in the other Forum.


      Ciao, Markus

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