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Scenario:  You have created an ABAP WebDynpro application and want to add it to the SAP Portal.  This example with show how you do exactly that.  My next example will show how to add an ABAP WebDynpro application to the ESS (Employee Self Service) SAP Portal under a specific ESS Section.

   

Under “Content Administration”, select “Portal Content” and create a folder to store your work:

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Mine looks like this:

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Create a new iView by selecting (right mouse click) your new folder – the iView Wizard appears:

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Choose “Web DynPro ABAP application” and then select the “Next” button:

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Fill out the details in Step 1 and then select the “Next” button.  Mine looks like this:

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Fill out the details in Step 2 and then select the “Next” button.  Mine looks like this:

*note this is where you specify which ABAP WebDynpro application you wish to call.

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Create a new Page by selecting (right mouse click) your folder – the Page Wizard appears:

Fill out the details in Step 1 and then select the “Next” button.  Mine looks like this:

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Fill out the details in Step 2 and then select the “Next” button.  Mine looks like this:

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Fill out the details in Step 3 and then select the “Next” button.  Mine looks like this:

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Just select Finish in Step 4 and then select the “Open Object for Editing” button.  Mine looks like this:

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Now we need to add our iView to the Page we just created:

Right mouse click your iView and select “Add iView to Page -> Delta Link”.  Mine looks like this:

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The result looks like:

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If you choose “Preview”, it will launch and look similar to (of course your own WD app will display different than mine):

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Now you need to create a Workset:

Right mouse click your folder and select “New -> Workset”:

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Fill out the details in Step 1 and then select the “Next” button.  Mine looks like this:

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Select “Finish” in Step 2 and then select then the “Open Object for Editing” button.  Mine looks like this:

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**Important:  In the property editor make sure to select the “Entry Point” = Yes

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Create a new folder under your Workset:

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Mine looks like this:

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Create another new folder under this folder:

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Now we need to add our Page to the Workset:

Right mouse click your Page and select “Add Page to Workset -> Delta Link”:

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My Workset now looks like this:

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We now need to create a Role which we add this Workset to.  Then this Role can be granted to users of the portal:

Select New Role and fill out the details:

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Mine looks like this:

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Create two folders under the Role node:

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Now add your Workset to this new Role:

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My Role now looks like this:

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We now need to go to “User Administration” and assign the Role to a user:

Search for and select the user, then choose the “Assigned Roles” tab:

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Click the “Modify” button and search for your new Role:

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I’ve maxed out the number of images I can embed in this document.  Please see Part 2 (http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-38731) for the remaining information.

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