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Screens and ABAP Objects - R/3 4.6c

Greetings fellow SAP developers.

Looking for some input here. What's the best way to manage dialog screens with ABAP OO?

Do you encapsulate the screen in an object? So that there is just one method or two methods? As in:


Or do you break it down into chunks? As in:




Or do you avoid using objects to encapsulate screens? That is, just use objects to encapsulate business processes? As in:

SCREEN_FIELD_1 = BusinessObject->Get_Value_1()

SCREEN_FIELD_2 = BusinessObject->Get_Value_2()

Thanks in advance for your input.


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    Posted on Jul 28, 2005 at 12:29 AM

    Sure you can handle PBO and PAI of screen using objects, take a look at transaction MIGO, its full of it. The only thing is is that you can not use the "CALL SCREEN" statement inside your objects.


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