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Is there a BSP tag that corresponds to the JSP USEBEAN tag - and therefore an equivalent for SET PROPERTY and GET PROPERTY...?

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  • Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 08:32 PM

    No. Never did understand what is the use of them. Especially as vegetables is not our strongest point. There are probably many other easier techniques to handle this in BSP, but we have no idea what the real problem is.

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    Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 08:32 PM

    In what regards? For parameters? basic getter and setter methods are used in MVC quite often and in BSP well for a general understanding try out this weblog:

    /people/sap.user72/blog/2004/09/07/bsp-howto-exploring-bsp-development-and-the-miniwas-620

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    • Former Member Peter Norris

      Yep Peter, basically yes.

      The CREATE OBJECT is basically like a useBean in the case of the example there you found one for an Iterator but a normal Class with methods in it would be the same and yes you can do it in the pagelayout (e.g. JSP) or in the Event handlers (e.g. Servlets)

      But as Brian pointed out in BSP there are lots of other ways to handle similiar tasks.

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