SAP WEBDYNPRO

SAP Webdynpro is treated to be one of the best web application programs,with maximum design and minimum coding.

SAP Webdynpro Online Training

So many terms which are combine with Webdynpro and are important to start off with, such as Views, Windows, Webdynpro component, Interface view, Action, Component Context, View Controller, Component controller.

What you will learn

So many benefits of SAP ABAP Webdynpro Online Training. As it is truly said that the learning can never be perfect without the examples, we make sure that we explain all the terms relevant to Webdynpro with proper example.

  • Introduction of Webdynpro

SAP Webdynpro Course Content

 

  • WebDynpro Framework
  • Introduction to Webdynpro ABAP.
  • Difference between WDABAP & WDJAVA
  • Component Architecture
  • Component Entities
  • Views / Windows / Interface Views / Component Controller / Application
  • Relation b/w Component Entities
  • Data Binding
  • Plugs at View level and Plugs at Window Level
  • Inbound Plugs / Outbound Plugs
  • Navigation Link
  • View Assembly / Nested Views / Navigation b/w views
  • Default View in a Component
  • Multiple windows
  • Context Mapping
  • Internal Context Mapping / External Context Mapping
  • WebDynpro Application / Creation of Multiple Applications
  • WebDynpro Controllers:
  • View Controller
  • Window Controller
  • Component Controller
  • Interface Controller
  • Custom Controller
  • WebDynpro ABAP Tools:
  • Webdynpro Code Wizard and its different options
  • Layout Editor
  • Working with Layouts /Different layouts:
  • Flow Layout
  • Grid Layout
  • Matrix Layout
  • Row Layout
  • Form Layout
  • User Interface Elements:
  • Button ,Button Row
  • Horizontal Gutter, Invisible
  • Link To Action, Link To URL, Message Area
  • Transparent Container, Group
  • Tray UI Element, Tray Menu, File Upload
  • Page header, Page header area
  • Button Choice, Menu action
  • Selection UI elements:
  • Drop Down By Key, Drop Down By Index
  • Radio Button Group By key, Radio Button Group By Index
  • Checkbox, Checkbox Group, Item List Box, Tri State Check Box
  • Design Time Context:
  • Understanding the Meaning of Node and Element
  • Working with multiple Nodes and/or Attributes
  • Working with properties of Nodes and/or Attributes
  • Role of Data Binding:
  • Binding the UI elements to Nodes and/or Attributes
  • Kind of methods in Controllers:
  • Normal Methods
  • Event Handler Methods
  • Supply Functions
  • Fire methods
  • Handle methods
  • Working the Multiple Views:
  • Nested views (View with in a View)
  • Navigation b/w Views
  • Creation of Plugs – Inbound and Outbound Plugs
  • Creation of Navigation Link
  • Firing the Outbound Plugs
  • Significance of the Inbound Plug EventHandlerMethod
  • Managing View Lifetime:
  • When Visible
  • Framework Controlled

 

  • Creation of MIME objects:
  • Role and Significance of Properties of the Node/Attribute:
  • Cardinality
  • Selection
  • Table Control/Tab Strip:
  • Creating a Table
  • Working with different table column cells
  • Single row Selection
  • Multi row Selection
  • Table cell editors
  • Working with buttons/drop downs/ input field / checkbox as cell editors
  • Table events
  • Data Transfer Techniques b/w the Views:
  • Component Controller:
  • Significance of Component Controller
  • Hook Methods and Attributes of Component Controller
  • Context Mapping
  • Used Controllers
  • Message Manager:
  • Generation of Messages
  • Report Messages – Success / Warning / Error Messages
  • Defining own Message Area
  • Changing the message options in the WD application level
  • Multi Component Architecture:
  • Cross Component Mapping
  • Component Usages
  • Component Interfaces
  • Direct Vs Reverse Mapping
  • Understanding the Usage with
  • custom components
  • interface view
  • interface controller methods
  • interface context node
  • interface fire events
  • Interface external Node
  • Implementing ALVs:
  • Implementing ALV without configuration Model
  • Implementing ALV with Configuration Model
  • Editable ALVs
  • Totals / Subtotals in ALVs
  • ALV with different Cell Editors (Link to Action, Buttons, etc... )
  • ALV with different Events (Hotspot, OnClick, etc.)
  • Working with Select Options
  • Enhancements in WebDynpro Components:
  • View / Context / Methods
  • Window Controller:
  • Window Plugs
  • Significance of DEFAULT Plug
  • Inbound Plugs of Window Controller
  • Start Up Plug / Standard Plug / Resume Plug
  • Outbound Plugs of Window Controller
  • Exit Plug / Standard Plug / Suspend
  • Custom Controller:
  • Creation of Custom Controller
  • Working with Custom Controller
  • Popup Windows:
  • Popup Messages
  • Data Sharing b/w views and popup windows
  • Implementing Roadmap UI element within 3 to 4 steps
  • Working with Application parameters across applications
  • Role of Component Interface
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