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Difference between J2EE Web Application and Web Dynapro

Hi all,

I would like the basic difference between j2ee web application and web dynapro application. Any input is greatly appreciated.

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bala

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    Posted on Mar 11, 2004 at 06:08 PM

    Hello Bala,

    If you look at the end-result, a Web Dynpro application is a J2EE application. Web Dynpro however offers model-driven tools which allow to define the application you want to develop with visual and intuitive models. Based on those models the application is generated.

    Bottom line: Web Dynpro minimizes the coding effort and allows to build J2EE applications more quickly compared to code-centric tools.

    I hope this information is helpful!

    Cheers

    Ivo

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    • Tanja,

      > Does it mean I can run a Web Dynpro application on

      > any J2EE-compliant application server if I include

      > the necessary libraries?

      >

      No, you cannot. Web Dynpro has it's own runtime, but is based on J2EE technology. As there currently is no (or just an emrging) standard on UI, we could not use a standard on this.

      Regards,

      Benny

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