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Sample code for reference


I would like to know where can I find some sample codes which would help me program in Web Dynpro application.

Like in java, we can execute a method using an instance of a class OR with reference to a component/object on a form, in Web Dynpro application this is not possible.

In a simple Dynpro application it is not possible to use ClassInstance.method OR

I would like to learn the coding concept my major share of work is using Web Dynpro and I face a lot of problems in the same. Often it taken 3-4 days for me to understand and solve one customization.

I also read the sample applications given in Web Dynpro Help but failed to understand the context completely.

Please help.

Thanks and Warm Regards,

Ritu R Hunjan

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2004 at 12:30 PM

    Hallo Ritu,

    what do you exactly miss inside the documentation? The concepts of Web Dynpro Components, the envolved controllers with their different interfaces IExternal, IPublic and IPrivate, and their contexts?

    Concerning the context, did you read the documentation under <i>The Development Process -> Context Description</i> in the Web Dynpro Online Help?

    Could you please give me some more precise open questions?

    Greetings, Bertram

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