Programming User Dialogs with Classical Screens (Dynpros)

Skills Gained This course will prepare you to:    -Explain the user dialog programming model    -Explain User interfaces and Simple Screen Elements    -Understand how to handle errors using navigation and input help    -Describe how to...

$2,454 USD GSA  $2,225.29
Course Code BC410-v018
Duration 3 days
Available Formats Virtual, Classroom
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Skills Gained

  • This course will prepare you to:
       -Explain the user dialog programming model
       -Explain User interfaces and Simple Screen Elements
       -Understand how to handle errors using navigation and input help
       -Describe how to create Subscreens, Tabstrip Controls, Table Controls, Context Menus and Splitter Controls

Who Can Benefit

  • Developer
  • Developer Consultant

Prerequisites

  • Essential:
       -BC400
  • Recommended:
       -BC430

Course Details

Course Content

  • Introduction to Screen Programming
       -Explaining the User Dialog Programming Model
       -Introducing Screen Programming
       -Creating Screens and Screen Elements
       -Modifying Screens at Runtime
       -Designing Screen Sequence
       -Calling a Dialog Box Dynamical
  • The Program Interface
       -Explaining User Interfaces
       -Setting a GUI Title and a GUI Status
  • Simple Screen Elements
       -Creating Screen Elements for Output
       -Creating Input/Output Fields
       -Defining Checkboxes and Radio Button Groups
       -Creating Pushbuttons
  • Screen Error Handling
       -Handling Errors Using Dialog Messages and Field Input Checks
       -Handling Errors Using Navigation and Input Help
  • Subscreens
       -Creating Subscreens
  • Tabstrip Controls
       -Creating Tabstrip Controls
       -Modifying Tabstrip Controls
  • Table Controls
       -Creating Table Controls
       -Modifying Table Controls at Runtime
       -Changing Table Controls at Runtime
  • Context Menus
       -Implementing Context Menus
  • Splitter Control
       -Implementing Splitter Control

Notes

  • The course BC410 is also suitable for participants who are using a release older than the one specified.
  • Dynpros (screens) build SAP's classical UIs. They are used for those dialogs that are displayed in the SAP GUI, and they will continue to be used.
  • Since SAP NetWeaver 7.0, the ABAP Web Dynpro programming model is available - see courses NET310 (ABAP Web Dynpro Basics) and NET311 (Advanced ABAP Web Dynpro).
  • For Floor Plan Manager see course: NET313.
  • Courseware available as flipbook in Learning Hub

Course based on software release

  • SAP NETWEAVER 7.50 ECC608
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