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BSP or Web Dynpro

Which environment is more stable for web applicatios. Which one sould I learn first?

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2005 at 02:31 AM

    Abel, this is a very comprehensive question and cannot be

    answered that easily. Have a better look in the SDN and you

    will find several items related to this subject. Below one

    thread I came-up with after an initial search. Kind regards,

    Tiest.

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/sdn/collaboration.sdn?node=linkFnode6-1&contenttype=url&content=https://bsp--web-dynpro-java--abap-what-to-use-in-this-cas

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  • Posted on Feb 08, 2005 at 05:14 AM

    If you ask in this forum, there will be no doubt about the answer: BSP! If this is not the expected answer, there is also a Web Dynpro Java forum to ask. No Web Dynpro ABAP is shipping (at the time of this writing).

    As you are very new to both SDN, and BSP/WD, why not lurk a few weeks, and then decide. There is a lot to learn here, even by just passively reading. Thereafter try writing a HelloWorld in both. Then you decide.

    As for this question itself, it will <b>NOT</b> be further discussed in this forum. We stick to the technical side of problems. We also accept any discussion on how to cook burritos.

    brian

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