Introduction

Purpose

The Web Application Builder allows you to create Web development objects within the ABAP Workbench. Existing SAP transactions require these objects to allow them to run as Web transactions in a Web Browser (inside-out) You can also use the Web Application Builder as an integrated environment for creating MiniApps (outside-in).

Integration

The Web Application Builder allows you to create Web development objects within the ABAP Workbench. The Web development objects created in this tool, such as service files, HTML templates, and MIME objects are stored in the SAP Repository and are connected to the Transport Organizer.

Features

·         Creating Internet services for existing SAP transactions.

·         Creating MiniApps and defining administrative data for Workplace integration.

·         Creating and implementing Web applications based on the flow logic (only valid for SAP ITS 6.20).

·         Generating the HTML templates for the screens of a transaction. These contain standard HTML and HTMLBusiness statements that map the screen layout.

·         Editing the generated HTML templates using HTML and HTMLBusiness to develop them further.

·         Creating independent objects for the JavaScript files.

·         Including MIME objects (icons, graphics, Java applets, animations, and so on) to improve the layout.

·         Creating language-specific texts (languages resources).

·         Creating language-specific MIME objects.

·         Publishing the services or individual service components on the Internet Transaction Server (ITS).

·         Executing the complete Web transaction from the ABAP Workbench.

·         Connection to the Change and Transport System.

·         Connection to Version Management.

Constraints

The following functions are not available in the Web Application Builder.

·         No syntax check for HTML or HTMLBusiness.

·         No debugger connection for HTMLBusiness and the flow logic.