On this page you can find running samples provided as Software Component Archives (SCA).You can just download and deploy those samples you are interested in, run them on your local machine and check out especially those solutions you are looking for.
You can find step-by-step tutorials that help you to get familar with the Composition Environment and its different perspectives and possibilities here: SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment Tutorial Center
To import the Software Components into your local DC environment:
- In your NWDS, open the Development Infrastructure Perspective (Window -> Open Perspective -> Development Infrastructure).
- Select Local Development in the Component Browser, open the context menu and choose Import SC.
- Browse to the directory where you've unpacked the sample .sca to, select it and proceed as suggested.
- Select the relevant DC in the imported Software Component, open the context menu and choose "Sync/Create Projects -> Create Project".
- The project dependencies are checked and the sources to be synched are determined. Confirm with OK.
- Switch to the suggested perspective. The DC is now shown with the prefix [Local Development].
- For JEE applications, open the DC's structure, select the .ear, open the context menu and choose Deploy.
- For Web Dynpro applications, open the DC's structure, select the relevant application (below Applications) and choose Deploy New Archive and Run.
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Find here a collection of materials, documents, articles, tutorials, interesting blogs and other contributions about many aspects of Web Dynpro in SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1.
Description and Documents
Business Process Management
Description and Documents
This sample shows how to model and execute an end-to-end business process using SAP NetWeaver Business Process Management. The tutorial contains also information about how to monitor the business process, as well as a problem analysis section.
Building a Composite Business Process from Scratch with SAP NetWeaver BPM
Business Rules Management
This page includes tutorials and reference applications about business rules management. They help you get started with the rules composer and with reference rule based applications and composites.
This sample shows you how to get a table filled and displayed.
Implementing a Calendar in Web Dynpro Java (PDF, 620 KB)
This sample describes how to create and implement a calendar application using the different Calendar Views for displaying single days, weeks or months or developing a team calendar.
Developing an International Web Dynpro Application (PDF, 459 KB)
This sample shows a Web Dynpro application that is available in English and German. As an example, we will use a car rental application that displays different texts, depending on the booking. You will also learn to use Simple Types and Message Pool.
Table Paging: Optimizing Heavy Table Performance (PDF, 1 MB)
The article describes how to develop Web Dynpro Java business applications displaying "heavy" tables with thousands of records. Learn how to minimize memory consumption and how to optimize table interaction performance with the CMI API.
NWDemo UI Demo(ear)
The first application is a lightweight one and built with Visual Composer. The resulting component is either a Web Dynpro or a Flex application. The second Application is more complex and uses pure Web Dynpro technology. Therefore it offers more options for designing UI applications.
This sample describes how you can use Visual Composer to create a sales representative application: A list of customer names is presented to the sales representative and he or she has the option to get some personal information.
This sample describes how you can use Visual Composer to extend the sales representative application. You will add some information on the selected item as well as the option to view the address of the customer and the current weather.
Prerequisites: You have successfully implemented the model described in the sample above ("Using Visual Composer to develop a Sales Representative Application") and opened this model.