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SUP 2.1.0 Workflow Application and SenchaTouch

Hi everybody,

is it possible to use Sencha Touch with a workflow application and MBOs on SUP 2.1.0 (no ESD)?

If yes, are there any how to's for this topic?

I want to develop an workflow application with MBOs but using my own UI. Which means I have

to connect Sencha Touch with the MBOs.

Thanks

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2012 at 08:38 PM

    Hi Stefan,

    If you are by any chance working with the one in the Dev Center, it is on 2.1.3 and already supports Sencha Touch. Here is a video tutorial:

    Best,

    Rocky

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2012 at 08:21 PM

    Its certainly possible, although its easier in 2.2. You'll want to create an app in the designer with all the MBO operation/object query invocations that you plan on making, either as menuitems or, even better, as custom actions. You then generate the app, that'll get you WorkflowClient.xml and Workflow.js. You can then use that code and integrate it into your Sencha application. There is at least one sample posted indicating how this is done, along with a whitepaper. As noted earlier, though, this is a lot easier with 2.2, so if you have an option in terms of versions, go with 2.2.

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2012 at 11:24 PM

    Former Member I would highly recommend going with 2.1.3 SP02 as a base SDK (or 2.1.2 at minimum). There are some huge benefits to a HWC developer compared to 2.1.0: integration with Cordova (PhoneGap), newer OS support (BB7.x, iOS6, Android 3.2), auto-registration (for administrators deploying in production), and general fixes along the way.

    Stan Stadelman

    Mobile Platform PM - SAP

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