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Blogs by

Uwe Reimitz

With version 1.32 of SAPUI5 we start a new format of developer documentation for our GeoMap and Analytic map control as part of UI5: The Best Practices This documentation is intended to give developers an

With SAPUI5 release 1.28 the Visual Business GeoMap and Analytic Map controls are in an inheritance relation. Thus it is possible to use all visual object known from the GeoMap also with the Analytic Map.

Today we are pleased to announce the release of version 1.26 of the VBM library shipped as part of SAPUI5! With this version we introduce the GeoMap control, which aims to hide the complexity of

After an intermediate patch for adding automatic proxy detection we released today patch level 4 for Visual Business 2.1. The new patch brings the following enhancements and fixes: Option to highlight way-points on routes and

With version of SAPUI5 1.18, shipped on monday 27th of january, the HTML version of Visual Business is available. This version uses the same programming interface as the ActiveX component, but is is not limited

On monday 27th of january patch level 2 of Visual Business 2.1 became available. This patch includes major improvements for 3D scenes including better lighting, Navigation history, and Improve camera control. A further highlight is

With the release of UI Extension AddOn 1.0 SP06 on Nov. 15th the Patchlevel 1 for Visual Business 2.1 became available. This patch includes several improvements for plain 3D scenes without a map: FlyTo support

On November 29th Visual Business 2.1 became general avaible. The main features can be found in the original release announcement and on the product page in the SAP Help portal. With the 2.1 release Visual

With the recent release 2.1 as part of the UI Extension AddOn for NW 7.00 SP05  Visual Business becomes also easy usable in SAPGUI transactions in older releases. To make the integration into existing programs

The Business Object Layer (BOL) is a general data access layer, which comes with the Webclient UI Framework. The BOL is a stateful UI-near programming layer, which provides unique access to business data featuring built-in