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Framework Documentation not sufficient


what we really need to work with web dynpro is a documentation that goes beyond the help provided inside the eclipse help system.

Understanding the framework is an essential task, so it would be very helpful to get some UML Diagrams or even the source code of the WD-framework and also a CSF Documentation.


Ulf Helmke

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    Posted on Mar 04, 2004 at 11:54 AM

    Hi Ulf,

    Do you work with Sneak I or 6.30 SP2? Within the newer versions (e.g. Sneak II or the version for ramp-up customers in March) we provide a complete documentation within the Eclipse help system. CSF documentation is available as well.


    Best regards, Karin

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      Hello Karin,

      the idea of CSF is well understood. In spite of this,

      i'm still interested to get a deeper knowledge on the CSF.

      My last question (inside this topic) towards CSF documentation was a reply to

      your statement ( see also above in this topic's history ),

      that a CSF documentation will be available (in march??)

      Is that documentation only ramp up customers at first or

      will there be public access on SDN?


      Ulf Helmke

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