OIF will let you create a tabbed application; tabs will contain different views from a single or multiple components. Below are the steps to create a FPM application. Create a Web Dynpro Application and specify parameters according to which floorplan instance you are using. Test your application.
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I will go into this a bit more in a separate topic. This is not the case and once you get you head around them they essentially provide a wrapper of standard customizable functionality which you can wrap around your existing Web Dynpro for ABAP knowledge.
Anyway I will try and explain this in a way that made sense to me and that I would have found helpful when first learning. First just to touch on the types of FPM you have available to you which implement a set of standard behaviour associated with each type.
Also add a caption or some other element to this second view so it is different to the first. Save and Active everything. The link to this comes later and hopefully this distinction will help with understanding. Enter transport details, description and press OK. You will now see the following screen where you need to enter a name for the two blank configuration entries and press save.
You should then get as save message and 2 messages saying the configurations do not exist. This is fine we will create them now. You will now be presented with the following create screen with all the relevant details filled in.
Press create button. Right this is where you reference back to your actual Web Dynpro component i. Having said that the view is embedded into the window and the view contains all the fields etc so it does make some kind of sense.
Also if you use the dropdown help button it will show you the list of windows within that WDP component. Press Save and you should get the data successfully saved message.
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