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MVC - Detailed description

Hello everyone,

I'm developping my first BSP using MVC.

But unfortunately I can't find detailed information how data-exchange between different BSP and event-handling will work or some explained examples.

Displaying data is working fine, but I am not able to implement complex interactive applications, yet.

Has got anybody a hint where I can find something about that or a well described example?

Thank you for your help!


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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2004 at 01:34 PM

    I learned quite a bit by looking at the SAP example programs. Of special interest, you will want to check out all the BSP Applications that begin with the name SBSP. Although they aren't MVC (which I find interesting), they do show you how to work with the BSP extensions and respond to BSP extension events. If you want a MVC example - take a look at tutorial_4_mvc.

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      what you could do to exchange data between static class attribute when you are in stateful mode and using MVC, e.g.

      In stateless mode server cookies will work to excahnge data - but be careful with the application name and namespace and session id parameters. Take any other values to make sure the other BSP uses the same parameters to retrieve the cookie correctly.


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