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WebDynPro vs BSP


As far as I can tell, WebDynPro and BSP are competing technologies. They both basicly accomplish the same goals although in different ways. So how do I know which technology is best for my company? Should I base it on our internal goals & strategies and look at the technologies or should I be looking at other factors?


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  • Posted on Dec 21, 2004 at 04:36 PM

    Hi John,

    There is a main difference. WebDynpro is based on Java technology. BSP not.

    I know SAP is moving from ITS to BSP/JSP to WebDynpro.

    All new releases for SAP are build on WebDynpro (ESS/MSS for example). However, you can still use the 'old' BSP technology.

    Hope this helps.


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    • Hi John,

      Well, I am not working for SAP. But what I see right now, is that everything is moving to WebDynpro. As an example, Personnel Change Requests - MSS (available for ITS, BSP, JSP and Adobe) are moving to an encapsulated WebDynpro application with Adobe Forms in it.

      What I expect is that over a few years WebDynpro is the standard, and BSP is old technology.

      To make sure your decision will be based on a strategy decision, maybe a customer message will help you further.



      PS. Did you know that if you are satisfied with my help, you can award points by clicking on the star?

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2004 at 08:44 AM

    Hello John,

    to keep things simple:

    ABAP programmers are maybe more happy with BSP because they can stay in there Workbench, Transportorganizer etc.

    WebDynpro is "new" Java technology that offers other possibilities with other knowlegde...


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