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ABAP TO webdynpro

Hi,

how to pass the data from abap program to webdynpro . can you tell me if anybody knows.

Thanks,

lanjan.

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    Jan 15, 2004 at 08:55 PM

    Hi Ianjan,

    A technology to convert existing ABAP transactions into Web Dynpros is under development and has been shown at the TechEds this year. What you will get is a Web Dynpro for ABAP application, not a Web Dynpro for Java application. Unfortunately this technology is not available yet. It will be delivered with later R/3 (or better ERP solution) based on the Net Weaver version which contains the converter.

    Best regards,

    Karin

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      Hello Bjorn,

      Unfortunately not, Web Dynpro for ABAP is not done by including ITS functionality and converting dynpros on the fly into Web Dynpro metadata.

      Web Dynpro Converter is a tool, which allows you to convert dynpros into Web Dynpro metadata. Most of the time it can not be done just by clicking a button and some parts of the dynpros can not be converted anyhow, so you need to do some work to bring the dynpros into the new world. There is a TechEd presentations and tutorials available on that. Please check it out:

      http://www.sdn.sap.com/sdn/events.sdn?page=teched_emea.htm

      and then please go to ABAP259 How to convert your ABAP Dynpro into Web Dynpro Metadata.

      Web Dynpro for ABAP will come with future releases of SAP NetWeaver. It provides a development environment: the ABAP Workbench has been extended. You will have the same features and functions as you have in Web Dynpro for Java, it only looks a different to the Eclipse based Java IDE (the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio with the Web Dynpro perspective).

      I hope I could make it a little more clear. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to ask!

      Best regards, Karin