For this episode of Productivity Power Play, our starting point is a flavor submitted by a customer. They complained that the performance of their transaction IW32, change maintenance order, was not what they expected. So, we took a close look at what they did. In this 10-minute video, we diagnose the flavor, improve it, and then explain how to optimize how the flavor uses scripts and events. A side by side comparison, and stopwatch keep track of the action.

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Sebastian Steinhauer clarifies the different types of screen events that SAP Screen Personas uses:

  • OnLoad – executes first time screen is loaded. Use to ensure a particular screen state.
  • onBeforeRefresh – executes before any requests to the back end is triggered. Use to suppress specific actions before they would reach the backend
  • onAfterRefresh – executes after a user action triggers a round-trip to the backend

 

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For the SAP Screen Personas product team, Peter Spielvogel.

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