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ShowHelp Functionality with pop-up – part2


After a first attempt to make a custom made solution for the show help actions with javascript, it didn’t seem enough, layout wasn’t everything and it wasn’t dynamic enough. Therefore, I thought of making another example, this time more flexible.

This was the trip around the showHelp functionality in a “much nicer to look at” way.

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      this is a pretty fine example of a popup.

      But where can I find the assigned (Z) classes for this exapmle or which are the original SAP classes.

      Can you send me the link?

      Many thanks in advance


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      The z-classes are my own model/controller classes
      there's nothing special to them. Only the controller
      of the popup are specific to the log, this coding
      is given in the log. i used the standard classes
      to make my model and controller classes


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      Thaks for share this blog.

      I have an application in wich I call popups as same way as you.
      But the layer appears empty. Then I put an alert in the funtion that calls the controller to make me clear what happens and wich was my surprise that the application worked fine!!!
      I have made a lot of test, and my conclusion is that my problem is due to a my controller have too much things to process...

      Any idea about can i solve this?? (with out JS alert) Thanks in advance.

      Author's profile photo Kumud Singh
      Kumud Singh

      Is it possible to provide value help in iterator for an input field?
      BSP is using MVC architecture.
      How do we do it?