In order to write low TCO applications in Web Dynpro Java, it is important to understand what functionality is provided for you by the Web Dynpro framework.If developers do not have a clear understanding of what the Web Dynpro framework can do for them, they often write large blocks of excessively complex coding as a workaround – not for any flaws or gaps in the toolset, but simply because they are not aware that such functionality has already been provided by SAP. Consequently, such applications become difficult and time-consuming, and therefore, expensive to maintain.
1) Factors Behind Poor Web Dynpro Implementations o Misunderstanding the Purpose of Web Dynpro Java o Lack of Developer Training o Scope Creep o The “Vicious Circle” Scenario
2) Good Design Principles for Components o Understand the Web Dynpro programming model o Understand Web Dynpro Components and how to use them
3) Good Design Principles for Controllers
Speaker: Chris Whealy
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