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ABAP TO webdynpro


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



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    Posted on 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,


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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:

      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

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