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Author's profile photo Susan Keohan

ASUG Presents: Web Dynpro, WF, and UWL webcast

Perhaps you’ve already had the chance to see this presentation at #SAPTeched09 in Phoenix.  I’m very sad to admit that like many others, the time/space/brain crunch of TechEd made it impossible for me to attend this session. 

However, ASUG is pleased to announce that John ***** will be allowing us a ‘do-over’ by giving a webcast on the same material he presented so successfully at TechEd.  Without the Phoenix sunshine (unless you choose to attend from Phoenix, of course).

The presentation is entitled “Use Web Dynpro for ABAP, Workflow, and the UWL to Revolutionize Decision Processing”.  The abstract for this presentation follows:

Learn how the Boeing Service Company combined the SAP NetWeaver technology platform to take workflow-based decision processing to the next level. This session reviews the technical development of Web Dynpro for ABAP, Workflow, and the Universal Worklist (UWL). This session will cover the following learning points: building a robust Web Dynpro for ABAP application, integration with the webflow/workflow engine, customizing the Universal Worklist XML container, how to block users from using the SAP GUI workflow inbox, how to manage pop-up windows in Web Dynpro for ABAP, and a host of additional tips and tricks.

Registration for this event is still open, so I invite you to visit the sign-up page and mark your calendars for Wednesday, November 18, at 12:00 Eastern Time. 

This is just one in a continuing series of webcasts sponsored by ASUG and SAP for your learning pleasure.  

Regards,

Sue

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      I missed this presentation date. What is the possibility to make the presentation downloadable. All can then benefit from it in their own time.
      Author's profile photo Susan Keohan
      Susan Keohan
      Blog Post Author
      Hi Christine,
      The presentation was offered by ASUG (and generously, to the SCN community).  Right now there appear to be questions about making the material available for download after the fact. 
      I will post a definitive answer as soon as I can.
      Regards,
      Sue
      Author's profile photo Jonathan Bourne
      Jonathan Bourne
      I also missed the webcast and would like to view it if made available. Thanks, JB