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Why SAP ABAP Webdynpro Online Training @ GO IT ?

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Who Can go with SAP ABAP webdynpro Online Training ?

1) Anybody who has technical background
2) Anybody who is currently working in SAP Functional Areas to become Techno - Functional Consultant

3) Anybody who is currently working in SAP ABAP

What is SAP ABAP Webdynpro ?

Web Dynpro (WD) is a proprietary web application user interface technology developed by SAP AGand exists in a Java (Web Dynpro for Java, WDJ or WD4J) and an ABAP (Web Dynpro ABAP,[1] WDA) flavor. Both have in general the same functionality, but usually one flavor is improved after the other, so temporary one flavor is more advanced than the other.

Hence, the decision for one of the two flavors shall be based on organizational and business circumstances, but not on functionality. WD follows an adapted MVC pattern and a model driven development approach ("minimize coding, maximize design") with a large number of dedicated hooks in generated code to place custom coding.

It is intended for business applications that shall follow standardized UI principles, connect to backend systems and be scalable.

SAP ABAP Webdynpro Online Training Features :

1) 25 hours of Live Training

2) Free 60 days IDES Access

3) Life time access to Course Recordings

4) Complete set of Documents


SAP ABAP Webdynpro Online Training Content:

We have designed a SAP ABAP Webdynpro Online Training Course Curriculum which is more elaborative and can understand & follow the course by any individual like, Beginners to Consultants…

1. Introduction to Browser based Applications

2. Introduction to WD ABAP

3. Introduction to WD ABAP and WD JAVA

4. MVC Architecture

5. WD Phase Model & Component Object Model

6. User Interface Elements:

    1. Table, Item List Box, Form Template,
    2. Input field, RBGI, RGK, DDBK, DDBI,
    3. Checkbox group, Business Graphics,
    4. Interactive Form UI element,
    5. Images – MIME Objects
    6. Viewcontainer UI
    7. Navigation between views
    8. Data transfer b/n views

7. Controllers:

    1. View Controller
    2. Component Controller
    3. Interface Controller
    4. Controller
    5. Window Controller

8. Mappings:

    1. Context Mapping
    2. External Context Mapping
    3. Internal context mapping
    4. Cross component context mapping

9. Value Selectors

    1. OVS (Object Value Selector)

10. windowsP


    1. Popup Windows
    2. External Windows
    3. Confirmation dialog windows

11. Service Calls:

    1. RFC’s/BAPI’s
    2. Class Methods,
    3. Web services

12. Componentization

    1. Using multiple components
    2. Component Usages

13. Programming Aspects:

    1. Understanding wizard based programming
    2. Getters and setters
    3. Cross Controller Method calls
    4. Visibility/Invisibility
    5. Enable/Disable
    6. Context based Node Programming,
    7. Context based attribute Programming,
    10. Component Programming
    11. Dynamic Programming
    12. Creating UI Elements at Runtime
    13. Creating Table at Runtime
    14. Creating Node/Attributes at Runtime
    15. URL parameters
    16. Assistance Class
    17. Online Text repository (OTR)
    18. Handling of Messages:

14. Positioning of Messages

    1. Handling of Messages property
    2. Categories of Messages and Methods available
    3. Text
    4. Exception
    5. T100

15. ALV Integration Concepts

    1. Basic ALV configuration Model (SALV_WD_TABLE)
    2. Using Methods & Events of Interface controller
    3. Providing Edit, Link to action, Buttons, Progress Indicators
    4. Opening Popup windows, confirmation Windows by raising

16. Events

    1. MODIFY/UPDATE/INSERT/DELETE Functionalities in ALV

17. Miscellaneous Topics

    1. Singleton /Non Singleton Nodes
    2. Supply Functions
    3. Personalization
    4. Internationalization
    5. Debugging
    6. Configuration

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