Web Dynpro Abap: the Comprehensive Guide
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Web Dynpro Abap: the Comprehensive Guide

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Master beginning, intermediate, and advanced skills for working with WDA Explore special topics like the Floorplan Manager and integration with SAP NetWeaver Portal Apply your skills to solve practical exercises that illustrate WDA concepts in action Download the complete source code bundle! Writing a Web Dynpro ABAP application may be a job, but it can also be a craft and in this book, you have the tool you need to become a master. Start with the basics, jump right into advanced concepts, or flip straight to workbooks so you can apply your knowledge to real-life exercises. Whatever your WDA goal may be, this book will get you there. The Complete Picture Move through the whole world of WDA at your own pace. Whether you re starting from the ground level or building on existing knowledge, you ll find everything you need. WDA Programming Model Learn about all aspects of the WDA programming model: controllers, contexts, windows, views, UI elements, and more. Special Topics Dive into focused discussions of concepts like the Floorplan Manager, WDA integration, security, and performance tuning. Developer Workbooks Test your knowledge with developer workbooks that ask you to accomplish specific tasks as part of developing a real-life WDA application. Source Code Bundle Explore solutions to the developer workbooks, as well as all the example code in the book, via the book s downloadable source code bundle.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 800 pages
  • 182.88 x 236.22 x 50.8mm | 1,496.85g
  • SAP Press
  • Maryland, United States
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • w. figs.
  • 1592294162
  • 9781592294169
  • 593,398

Table of contents

Introduction ... 21 1. Getting Started ... 29 1.1 ... Foundations for Web Dynpro ... 30 1.2 ... A Model-Based Approach to UI Development ... 41 1.3 ... Technical Integration Concepts ... 47 1.4 ... Summary ... 59 2. The Anatomy of WDA Applications ... 61 2.1 ... Component-Based Software Development Concepts ... 61 2.2 ... Web Dynpro Components ... 65 2.3 ... Web Dynpro Applications ... 85 2.4 ... Summary ... 88 3. Developing Your First WDA Application ... 89 3.1 ... Requirements Overview ... 89 3.2 ... Getting Started with the Web Dynpro Explorer ... 91 3.3 ... Creating a WDA Component ... 97 3.4 ... Creating and Testing the WDA Application ... 121 3.5 ... Summary ... 126 4. Controller Development ... 127 4.1 ... Controller Element Overview ... 127 4.2 ... Working with Specific Controller Types ... 144 4.3 ... Controller Usages ... 157 4.4 ... Understanding the Web Dynpro Phase Model ... 160 4.5 ... Web Dynpro Programming Interface Overview ... 165 4.6 ... Assistance Classes ... 168 4.7 ... Tool Support for Controller Development ... 171 4.8 ... Summary ... 178 5. Working with Contexts ... 179 5.1 ... Contexts: Revisited ... 179 5.2 ... Context Nodes and Context Attributes: Up Close ... 184 5.3 ... Defining a Context ... 191 5.4 ... Context Programming ... 202 5.5 ... Supply Functions ... 228 5.6 ... Context Mapping and Data Binding: Up Close ... 232 5.7 ... Summary ... 235 6. Windows and Views ... 237 6.1 ... Windows ... 238 6.2 ... Views ... 259 6.3 ... Navigation Concepts ... 281 6.4 ... Summary ... 306 7. Basic UI Elements ... 307 7.1 ... Introduction to UI Elements ... 307 7.2 ... UI Elements from the Text Category ... 313 7.3 ... UI Elements from the Action Category ... 329 7.4 ... UI Elements from the Selection Category ... 336 7.5 ... Summary ... 346 8. Advanced UI Elements ... 347 8.1 ... UI Elements from the Graphic Category ... 347 8.2 ... UI Elements from the Integration Category ... 358 8.3 ... UI Elements from the Complex Category ... 366 8.4 ... Drag and Drop ... 409 8.5 ... Summary ... 420 9. Component-Based Development Concepts ... 421 9.1 ... Web Dynpro Component Interfaces: Revisited ... 422 9.2 ... Component Usage Concepts ... 434 9.3 ... Case Study: Working with Faceless Components ... 449 9.4 ... Case Study: Working with the SAP List Viewer ... 452 9.5 ... Guidelines for Applying Multi-Component Designs ... 462 9.6 ... Summary ... 465 10. User Interaction ... 467 10.1 ... Defining Input Helps ... 467 10.2 ... Providing Help Texts ... 498 10.3 ... Confirmation Dialog Boxes ... 503 10.4 ... Displaying Messages ... 505 10.5 ... Summary ... 518 11. Dynamic Programming ... 519 11.1 ... Manipulating the Context ... 519 11.2 ... Modifying the View Layout at Runtime ... 528 11.3 ... Working with Dynamic Component Usages ... 539 11.4 ... Case Study: Creating a Data Browser Tool ... 552 11.5 ... Summary ... 564 12. Configuration and Adaptation ... 565 12.1 ... The Adaptation Concept ... 566 12.2 ... Component Configuration with the Configuration Editor ... 568 12.3 ... Application Configuration ... 572 12.4 ... Personalization and Customization ... 575 12.5 ... Component-Defined Adaptation ... 579 12.6 ... Parameterization ... 583 12.7 ... Accessibility ... 585 12.8 ... Style Sheets ... 586 12.9 ... Internationalization and Translation ... 588 12.10 ... Summary ... 591 13. Modifications and Enhancements ... 593 13.1 ... WDA Integration with the Enhancement Framework ... 593 13.2 ... Enhancing Web Dynpro Components ... 597 13.3 ... Explicit Enhancements in Web Dynpro ... 603 13.4 ... Adjustments after an Upgrade ... 605 13.5 ... Summary ... 606 14. Working with the Floorplan Manager ... 607 14.1 ... Floorplan Architecture ... 608 14.2 ... Getting Startshow more

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