SAP EP Dev

SAP EP comes as a compact tool for developers to evolve a structured design method that can bring about the smooth operation of business processes.

SAP EP Dev Online Training

SAP EP Dev can effectively unify enterprise applications, information, and services from SAP and non-SAP sources into a single system in order to support all business processes, both within and outside the boundaries of an organization.

What you will learn

SAP EP Dev online courses are much more than conventional classrooms as they can let you interact with the trainers. We know that just giving you some certifications is of no use.

  • SAP EP DEV Introduction

SAP EP Dev Course Content

 

  • SAP Java development environment
  • Sap Net Weaver developer studio
  • SAP Component Model
  • Web dynpro Introduction
  • Introduction to Web Dynpro Architecture
  • Web dynpro Tools
  • MVC-the roots of Web dynpro
  • Life cycle of web Dynpro
  • The context structure at Design time
  • Types of nodes
  • The structure of context
  • Context mapping
  • Internal mapping
  • External mapping
  • The context structure at runtime
  • The typed context API
  • The Generic Context API
  • Introduction of UI elements
  • Putting data on Screen: Context binding
  • Controlling the behavior of UI Elements using the context binding
  • Using basic composite UI Element
  • Generic UI Services
  • Types of value help
  • Defining static Simple type containing value set
  • Simple value selector
  • Populating DDK UI Element
  • Extended value selector: Value help for using larger value sets
  • Dynamic type modification: Modifying the value attribute's data type programmatically

 

  • Dynamic UI generation
  • Introduction
  • Modification of the context & UI elements at runtime
  • The use of dynamic actions
  • The Adaptive RFC Layer
  • Remote invocation of ABAP functionality
  • The creation and management of Adaptive RFC model objects
  • The management use of adaptive RFC Model Objects
  • Overview of Interactive Forms
  • Prerequisites
  • Introduction to Interactive forms
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