WEBDYNPRO

Use

WEBDYNPRO ( <command interface> , <target system> ).

This command replays the Web Dynpro pages described in the command interface.

The target system is that of the server where the application is deployed. If the application is Java based, the RFC destination must be type G (HTTP connection to external server).

See also, Testing Web Dynpro Applications.

Command Interface

If the Reset node has the value 'X', the Web Dynpro application will be started again at this point.

The main part of the command interface consists of a Page node. This node has the subordinate nodes Screen, Datachanges, and Actions. In the Screen node, the GUI elements of the relevant Web Dynpro page are described. Datachanges records the data changes the user made in the preceding page. Actions contains the user interaction that caused the page change in the Web Dynpro application.

The section of the interface describing the Web Dynpro screen elements permits only checks and reading of data to be performed. No setting of data is possible. However, you can copy the UI elements from the Screen section to the Datachanges section.

Parameterization of the Datachanges node only allows data to be set. No data can be read (get) from these nodes.

You can choose a declared action to replace the recorded action. See Changing Actions in WEBDYNPRO.

The Active node has the following effects:

·        If the flag is not set, Page will not be executed.

·        If 'X', Page will be executed.

·        If 'O', Page will only be executed if the screen actually appears.

The Close node specifies whether the Web Dynpro application should be closed after the associated page has been executed. The explicit closing of a Web Dynpro application is sometimes required because some applications allow only a limited number of JCo connections.

Notes

Gets and checks can only be done for screen elements that are bound to a context.