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  • What exactly is Web Dynpro, what are its key benefits and how is SAP positioning it?
  • Just how easy is it to learn Web Dynpro?
  • When should you use Web Dynpro for ABAP and when Web Dynpro for Java?
  • What is the difference between Web Dynpro and other UI technologies like JSP? 

In this light-hearted but highly informative podcast Peter Barker and I from SAP NetWeaver Product Management help you to grasp the essentials of Web Dynpro.

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  1. Robert Subra
    HI ,
    I want to build an webdynpro application such that the workflow mails could be access by the Blackberry phones and must be able to send response .

    Can we achieve This

    Regards,
    Raj

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    1. Stefanie Bacher Post author
      Hi Raj,
      I suggest you better ask this question in the Web Dynpro Forum here on SDN. Blackberry can be used to run your WD apps online, but for your special question the experts on forum will be able to help you.
      Kind Regards
      Stefanie
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  2. SAP ABAPER
    What exactly is Web Dynpro, what are its key benefits and how is SAP positioning it?
    Just how easy is it to learn Web Dynpro?
    Is OOP Knowledage a compulsory for Webdynpro?
    How far ABAP Webdynpro related to ESS/MSS?
    When should you use Web Dynpro for ABAP and when Web Dynpro for Java?
    What is the difference between Web Dynpro and other UI technologies like JSP?
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  3. Tina Ma
    Hi, our site will start ECC 6.0 upgrade soon, we are currently on 46C and have apps on Java WebDynpro and JSPDynpage, which presented support issue for that my team mostly are ABAP-central. I would like to migrate all apps to ABAP WebDynpro, but would like to know SAP’s vision of future on ABAP Webdynpro, is it a safe route to go down?

    Tina

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  4. Sharath M G
    Dear all,

    Most of the web dynpro applications when it goes for performance tetsing, they fail to cheer teh customer. Here, I would liek to know from the expert team what causes this hit on the performance or is it purely the fault of the programmer?

    Thanks.

    Regards,
    Sharath

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    1. Stefanie Bacher Post author
      Hi Sharath,
      it depends 😉
      There are many possible sources for performance issues, but the Web Dynpro Framework itself is – in most cases – not the bad guy.
      I recommend to read the second edition of Chris Whealy’s book “Inside Web Dynpro for Java” to get a clear picture where the typical performance issues come from. 
      Kind regards
      Stefanie 
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      1. Aren’t ALL Java-based technologies slow nd cumbersome, at least compared with the solid, well-oiled ABAP framework? At least, this is my perception… most Java/J2EE frameworks I’ve seen are characterized by slow development, slow to maintain, slow to deploy…
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  5. Swathi Rao Padma
    Hi,

    I have been programming several applications in JAVA WD.
    My query prompts with the discussion with my counter ABAPers who redeem saying SAPs inclination to ABAP rather than JAVA.

    Is JAVA WD goin to get scaled down.What is the possibility and Future for WD JAVA??

    Swathi

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    1. Stefanie Bacher Post author
      Hi Swathi,
      Web Dynpro is SAP’s standard UI technology for developing user interfaces, doesn’t matter which flavor.
      Kind regards
      Stefanie Bacher
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      1. Rajiv Totlani
        The question is asking which WD flavors will survive and more specifically will Java WD survive…and the answer is WD will survive….dosen’t matter which flavor (?).
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