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Steps to locate feeder class from Application name

Hi,

I want to know how to locate feeder class used in a POWL application.

From Portal, I get the application name & configuration name.

And using this two inputs I want to know steps to find out following: -

1. WD ABAP component used

2. Corresponding Feeder class

Can you please provide me with detailed steps to do it?

Thanks,

Amey

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    Posted on Jun 27, 2011 at 07:47 AM

    Hi Amey,

    Check this it might helps..

    how-detect-in-feeder-class-the-uibb-tab-page-wich-

    Cheers,

    Kris.

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    • Former Member Amey Mogare

      Hi Amey ,

      T-code POWL_TYPE contain the Feeder class name assigned to the POWL type . you can chek the POWL type with description and find the feeder calss associated to it & put a break poit in GET_OBJECT_DEFINITION method and ensure that feeder is exact one .

      or

      Go to POWL_UI_COMP webdynpro component , navigate to MASTER_CONTENT view method tab .

      you can find ONACTIONREFRESH_CURRENT event in the method tab set a break point in the lr_model->refresh_current( ).

      and Click the "Refresh " button from the POWL table which you want to find the feeder class , you will get the POWL type inside the method ( variable name- ms_current_query-type ) . now go to POWL_TYPE tcode and find your feeder class which is assigned to this POWL TYPE

      regards

      chinnaiya P

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