SAP Programming User Dialogs with Classical Screens Training (Dynpros) (BC410-v016)
Why choose ENO for your SAP Programming User Dialogs with Classical Screens Training (Dynpros) (BC410-v016) course
Course based on software release:
SAP NetWeaver 7.50 SPS1
-The course SAP Programming User Dialogs with Classical Screens Training (Dynpros) (BC410-v016) 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.
This SAP Programming User Dialogs with Classical Screens Training (Dynpros) (BC410-v016)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
Duration: 3 days
With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.
Audience / Target Group:
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
Screen Error Handling
-Handling Errors Using Dialog Messages and Field Input Checks
-Handling Errors Using Navigation and Input Help
-Creating Tabstrip Controls
-Modifying Tabstrip Controls
-Creating Table Controls
-Modifying Table Controls at Runtime
-Changing Table Controls at Runtime
-Implementing Context Menus
-Implementing Splitter Control
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