Let’s Web Dynpro. Part V

Please Share!!In Part IV, we learnt how to make the elements visible as we need them and also learnt how to make the mandatory fields throw error message. Till now we dealt with the simple…


Unpack the PACKNO of Service Entry Sheet (SES)

Please Share!![adToAppearHere] You have the SES number and you need to get the details of services. T-Code: ML81N Tables in question: ESSR is the Service Entry Sheet Header Data. SES number and the PO number…



Let’s Web Dynpro. Part IV

Please Share!!In Part III, we displayed a simple output with multiple lines as output. If you check the initial screen, it has the input fields, dates, execute button and the output table structure. In acutal…


Let’s Web Dynpro. Part III

Please Share!!In Part II, we created one input field, a button and one line of output. In this post, we would create more than one input fields, a button and a table with multiple lines as…


What’s there in the Date?

Please Share!!1) Ever wondered, why SAP saves date in YYYYMMDD format? First why not DDMMYYYY or MMDDYYYY? Lets assume SAP saved date as DDMMYYYY. 1st Jan 2000 is saved as 01012000 1st Dec 2000 is…


Let’s Web Dynpro. Part ZZ

Please Share!!The topic we would like to discuss today is definitely not Part III. Therefore we have named it ZZ. We would have taken this later in our Web Dynpro series, but on one day, two…


Let’s Web Dynpro. Part II

Please Share!!In Part I, we gave you a very basic overview of Web Dynpro. In this part we will create one Web Dynpro Application. Before we develop our first Web Dynpro application, let me ask,…