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This updated and completely revised second edition of "Inside Web Dynpro for Java" covers everything you need to know to leverage the full power of Web Dynpro for Java - taking you well beyond the standard drag and drop functionality. For this second edition, sections on the migration of legacy applications have been added, as well as another entirely new section devoted to integration topics. In addition, you'll find key details on the portal, Adobe Document Services, Business Graphics Server, MS Office, and mobile applications, and much more. General architecture Coding principles in Web Dynpro Dynamic UI generation The Common Model Interface The Adaptive RFC layer Web Dynpro phase model Class and Interface Reference
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Chris Whealy first started working on SAP R/2 systems in 1993 making assembler and ABAP modifications to the RV and RF modules. With the launch of SAP R/3 version 2.0, he started working in the Basis area performing installations, upgrades and system administration. This work went hand in hand with his on going ABAP work. Joining SAP UK in May 1995, Chris has always had an interest in custom interfaces into and out of the R/3 system, so in 1996 when the internet boom started to take hold, he began to focus on browser based interfaces to R/3 using SAP's Internet Transaction Server. Chris has worked with SAP's web based technology as it has grown and matured, and in late 2002 turned his attention to Web Dynpro. Chris spent a significant proportion of 2003 working closely with the Web Dynpro development team in Walldorf both learning the new technology and documenting its inner workings. In October 2003, Chris was able to put his knowledge into practice when he started work as the lead technical consultant for a large Web Dynpro based project at the UK subsidiary of a major international Tax and Audit firm.
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