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Server Side Rendering

Hi all,

in a paper available in the Service Marketplace, concerning performance measurements of Web Dynpro in ESS (Employee Self Service), there's a statement, that SSR will be the strategic approach for NetWeaver '04. The JavaScript based CSF seems to outperform current browser infrastructure. Does this mean, that the JavaScript-based CSF will no longer be supported by SAP?

Stefan

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    Apr 16, 2004 at 07:35 AM

    Hi Stefan,

    Yes, Server Side Rendering is the strategic approach for NetWeaver '04. Anyhow, CSF will be supported for a period of time, but there will be no new development based on that framework.

    Hope that helps!

    Best regards, Karin

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      Thanks, Armin,

      searching in Eclipse help for "Message Area" did not find it. Once you know it, a search for "MessageArea" gives you 2 hits. But your right-click tip yields the best Doc.

      problem solved, Walter

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    Apr 26, 2004 at 10:59 AM

    Stefan,

    Could you give me directions to this whitepaper? We are developing a significant Web Dynpro application and are looking for sizing guidance.

    I am also surprised that the CSF is going, but we have noticed poor performance in the browser for some Web Dypnro based iViews (CPU runs at 100%). Presumably this is due to the JavaScript.

    Regards

    Phil

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      Hi Phil,

      unfortunately i'm not able to find the document again in the SAP Service Marketplace. If i haven't renamed it, it should be <b>20040216_WD_Perf_FirstRes.ppt</b>. Maybe it has been removed?

      Regards,

      Stefan

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    Jun 04, 2004 at 12:00 AM

    Hi Karin,

    If I have some generic error messages(not context specific), how will I display these? Do I need to create an explicit message area in the view and attach these messages to the message area?

    As of now, this is done implicitly right? To achieve this, do I need to change the application when SSR comes into effect?

    Thanks

    Shakeel

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