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At the end of Part 10 of this tutorial: Yeah – hacking may just be hacking, BUT … (Dynamic RoadMaps: Part 10) Is there a better way than the meta way? (Dynamic RoadMaps: Part 9) If a house is well-built, its details can be readily rearranged (DynamicRoadMaps:Part 8) “Complex-looking” code is sometimes the “simplest” (Dynamic RoadMaps:Part 6) “Complex-looking” code is sometimes the “simplest” (Dynamic RoadMaps:Part 6) When in doubt, de-multiplex! (Part 5 of Dynamic RoadMap Tutorial) Class-Data May be Cheating, but Who Cares? (Part 4 of Dynamic Road Map Tutorial) SAP UI Element Metadata: Gold or Fool’s Gold? (Part 3 of Dynamic RoadMap Tutorial) But how does the thermos bottle know? (Part 2 of Dynamic Road Map Tutorial) Exposing Critical SAP Code Paths as WebDynpro(ABAP) RoadMaps: One Case Where Dynamic UI Element Generation Might Be the Right Way to Go all that was left to do was to make the middle panel of our component display an appropriate RoadMap when the tree node “2.1” is selected: image And inasmuch as the above display verifies the accomplishment of this objective, this tutorial is now officially over. If you would like to see the code of WDR_TEST_UI_ELEMENTS that has to be touched in order to produce this result (without changing the basic “create/set/aggregate” loop of the SAP original), feel free to email me at halitsky.d@att.net. Some unofficial comments, however. 1 Showing how to build a RoadMap dynamically is not worth a blog. Showing how it can be built using SAP’s original “create/set/aggregate” recursion triggered from a different event in WDR_TEST_UI_ELEMENTS is worth a blog. 2. Those who don’t understand the difference have a long way to go before they really understand what process-driven and event-driven Enterprise SOA is all about. 3. Don’t be so ready to ask others to re-tool themselves if re-tooling yourself the same exact way makes you impatient and/or nervous and/or confused. 4. Comment #3 is not directed at SAP but rather at any member of this community who may still not understand why this tutorial and the preceding one were actually written. 5. Rick Nelson said it all so very well some time ago: GardenPartyLyrics ARTIST: Rick Nelson TITLE: Garden Party I went to a garden party to reminisce with my old friends A chance to share old memories and play our songs again When I got to the garden party, they all knew my name No one recognized me, I didn’t look the same {Refrain} But it’s all right now, I learned my lesson well You see, you can’t please everyone, so you got to please yourself People came from miles around, everyone was there Yoko brought her walrus, there was magic in the air And over in the corner, much to my surprise Mr. Hughes hid in Dylan’s shoes wearing his disguise {Refrain} Played them all the old songs, thought that’s why they came No one heard the music, we didn’t look the same I said hello to Mary Lou, she belongs to me When I sang a song about a honky-tonk, it was time to leave {Refrain} Someone opened up a closet door and out stepped Johnny B. Goode Playing guitar like a-ringin’ a bell and lookin’ like he should If you gotta play at garden parties, I wish you a lotta luck But if memories were all I sang, I rather drive a truck

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