Although the WD-ABAP (Web Dynpro for ABAP) sample application “WDR_TEST_EVENTS” does not compile correctly (in the NW2004s release we’re running on a trial basis), it nonetheless can be used to create your own tutorials for different types and combinations of controls (table, tree, etc.) For example, I wanted to clone and modify the TREE_WITH_TABLE view in WDR_TEST_EVENTS to use in another tree/table application. To do this, all one has to do is: a) create a new WD-ABAP component; b) copy the view you want from WDR_TEST_EVENTS (e.g. TREE_WITH_TABLE) to your new component you created in (a); c) embed the view in the window of your new component. Also: 1) IF the view “current view” appears as a view in your window, just delete it – this is part of the control selection machinery in the original WDR_TEST_EVENTS app. T think this happened as a result of the view copy, but I honestly don’t remember. 2) As I recall, you also have to delete a plug/handle, since the tree view is now “stand-alone” in your new component, and doesn’t fire based on external selection of the “TREE_WITH_TABLE” event”. Having done (a-c), activate your new component and create a new app for it. You are now ready to go. One word of forewarning – some of the examples in WDR_TEST_EVENTS are coded very “quick and dirty”. For example, the TREE_WITH_TABLE does not refresh the table on different tree double-clicks as I would expect it to, and also does some table-fills from double-clicks where I wouldn’t expect it to. But once you have something up and running and working, it is easy to see from the documentation how to change it up to make it do precisely what you want. So: 1) kudo’s and hosannahs to the SAP Developers who came up with WDR_TEST_EVENTS. 2) could someone post a comment indicating how they got WDR_TEST_EVENTS to compile/activate correctly. (It would be nice to see what each event does without having to clone it as in (a-c) above; some of the events are clear from their names, but some of the events have names that aren’t all that explanatory.