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WAD and ABAP

Hello Everybody,

I have requirement in which I want to display the results of an abap report in the table web item of the web application designer. Is it possible?

Is there a different way in which I can display the results of the abap program in the web application designer.

My basic aim is to then display the WAD content in the portal.

Thanks and Regards

Pradeep Bhojak

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 05:18 PM

    Hi,

    As you know the whole concept of Portal is made up of Iviews. A page can contain multiple Iviews and for e.g. BW Report in one Iview, ABAP Report in one Iview, and any web enabled application in other iviews.

    The main purpose Web application designer if for BW specific objects and data provider.

    One more possibility is develop BSP application in Web application server with one ABAP Report and BW Report and publish to portal with BSP Iview.

    Basically Portal provides application integrator component to develop iviews.

    Thank you

    AP

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 06:17 PM

    Hello:

    A few ways you can go at this:

    - Create a Report-to-Report (RRI) interface target for that ABAP program, so that the user can easily select it from the navigation menu of an existing BW web application.

    - Use a virtual InfoProvider with services.

    You can implement exit coding to perform some specific actions. This is a re-design, though, I know.

    - Change your report to write the results direclty into a table. Turn the table into a datasource, load the data into a regular cube.

    - And then it comes down to the rhetorical question: "why do you want to do this?" In other words, you ought to be able to meet the requirements through normal BW modeling, formulas, variables, user exits, etc.

    Regards -

    Ron Silberstein, SAP

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 06:19 PM

    Please see a very simillar post from today, in the same forum, entitled "How to call a ABAP or ABAP Class from the WEB" - a little different but seems to apply nonetheless. Espeically Heike's response.

    Best Regards -

    Ron

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