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BSP development

Hi Experts,

We have requirements to create bespoke BSPs and RFCs in backend SAP CRM.

I am in process of developing BSP screens. There is one screen I need to design. It takes BP number as input and then perform some calculations and display all the values used in calculation (around 10) on screen.

Then user can overwrite few of the values and press update button. That should update the BP with modified values and if user does not update any value then update BP with all current values shown on screen.

I am half way through in designing the html page. I want to know what is best way of doing it. I am using page with flow logic. Is it correct one and if yes how to use different events during flow? If the current one is not correct then shall I go for normal BSP page and then how to design the data flow?

Thanks and Regards,

Karam

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 02:40 PM

    Hi,

    you can develop BSP application with Pages with flow logic. it has below events,

    ONCREATE - This handler is called when the page is first opened.The handler is always called when a BSP class is generated.

    ONREQUEST - This handler is called at each access(request) to page.It is used to restore internal data structures from a request. example : when we call a F4 help in a page at that time we can explicitly call a page and program the action in the 'ONRQUEST'.

    ONINITIALIZATION - This handler is used for data retrieval.Ideally this data is saved in page attributes and is then also available in the layout.This handler is triggered after the onrequest handler.

    ONMANIPULATION - This event handler permits the subsequent manipulation of the http data flow.It is processed once the layout elements of the page have been generated.This handler is rarely used.

    ONINPUTPROCESSING - The task of this handler is to manage user inputs,input checks, and navigation(on the same page or subsequent changes). Certain requirements need to be met for this handler to be triggered.

    ONDESTROY - This handler is called immediately before deleting a page instance.It is the opposite to the oncreate handler.

    for your need you can use these events.

    Thanks,

    Chandra

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