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Web Dynpro metadata API

Hi,

I'm currently working with web dynpro for java metadata api to create a simple web dynpro application consisting

of one component defining a model, component controller and a view. I found an example how to create controllers

and views, but I don't find any examples of building a model metadata. Are there any resources available, e.g.: javadoc api, sample appplications covering metadata api details ?

Thanks in advance,

Ilya.

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    Posted on May 09, 2005 at 01:22 PM

    Hi

    What do you mean by Model Metadata api. If you are using Webdynpro then you can import the model using the Create Model Wizard of NDS.

    Do you want to create a Model at runtime. If you can tell me what you would like to do i would be able to help you further.

    Anyway See if this example helps you.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/d5/1558bfa6aa80499113983e738b1b21/frameset.htm

    regards

    ravi

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    Posted on May 10, 2005 at 09:02 AM

    Hi Ravi,

    What I meant by metadata api is actually Java interfaces and classes as part of the <i>com.sap.ide.metamodel</i> and <i>com.sap.ide.metamodel.webdynpro</i> packages used

    to work on web dynpro xml files which represent the web dynpro model. I'm currently trying to build a web dynpro

    application by simply using the above api, not by using

    the IDE's tools.

    Regards,

    Ilya.

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