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locking issue ?

Hi All

I am currently working on developing a webdynpro application which needs to be running parallely along with the existing sap application. The webdynpro appl. is a replica of the sap appl. I heard through some sources that, the architecture handles the locking issues, and performance,monitoring ..etc internally and it is working fine.

Can anyone throw some light(information) on how to go about it ? What needs to be done(anything specific)and where to start ?

Thanks in advance, sathya

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 12:16 AM

    Hi Satya

    Are you trying to rebuild a functionality that exists on SAP using Web Dynpro? Well Web Dynpro alone will not solve your problem, you will have to use a myriad of other Java technologies to achieve what SAP gives for granted, like EJBs,JTA,JDBC,JARM,SAP J2EE Enque system etc etc.

    You will have to understand what the clients business, performance and scalabilty requirements are and architect your application on top of these technologies. But its a mix and match you can choose some and avoid some ,it all depends on what you want to build.

    Regards

    Pran

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      Yes you are right, I am rebuilding the same functionality for web enabling in webdynpro. I am still not sure, what 'myraid' of other technologies and what sap is giving as granted ?

      As for the functionality goes, the only criteria I am concerned is the user/data locking problem. more than one user trying to update data from web or from the SAP GUI. Hence let me know about this at the earliest. Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 04:32 AM
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