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My initial impression of floor plan manager was that standard FPM ABAP Web Dynpro’s provided by SAP such as ESS/MSS (fite_vc*) are really good and. What is FPM? Floorplan Manager (FPM) is a Web Dynpro ABAP application that provides a framework for developing new Web Dynpro ABAP application. Goals Developing and configuring Web Dynpro ABAP applications that are based on the Floor Plan Manager (FPM) framework Audience Developers of Web .

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Floor Plan Manager (FPM) for Web Dynpro ABAP

Over the years the site has grown into a full featured online community with thousands of visitors daily from around the world. March 13, at 1: The user can work on the URL and then navigate back to the suspended FPM application, which is resumed from exactly the same state before navigation occured.

March 16, at 5: Most of the requirements we encounter in projects involves modifying web ui components. It happens with several of them.

Tutorial on floor plan manager using OIF FPM in WD4A – Sapignite

Permalink Mar 27, This tutorial explains how to create text, links and icons for the header area. Former Member Post author. Firstly, sincere apologies for not getting this sorted out sooner. You will now be presented with the following create screen with all the relevant details filled in. This tutorial describes how to configure a simple toolbar. Note weg many of the videos were recorded without audio; it is hoped that you read the popups that appear on the screen and follow their instructions.


July 15, at 5: Not the whole list content is requested from the feeder at once but only the data that is needed at a certain time.

If you are not familiar with webdynpro go through the below links first to get a hang of ABAP webdynpro.

Permalink Aug 04, Hi Celeste, It happens with several of them. You may or may not have realised that that’s because there is no link to your ZWDP at this point and you are just creating the FPM wrapper for the application.

Permalink Nov 18, Thanks Rahul… It is a good document. Open link in a new tab. Following screen fpmm appear with a button Reimplement. Secondly, I have checked all the links and they appear to be working now. Click on Create and give your package and it will open the next screen with the success message. Nice document very hepful Permalink Oct 15, Thanks Rahul for sharing.

FPM easy to follow step by step guide to creating your first Floor plan manager application

This now allows you to use this within a FPM Web Dynpro application but that’s it for this standard web dynpro for a while, try and forget about it for now as ydnpro next few things are created tpm or linked to SAP floor plan manager WDP components rather than this. Prerequisite for this tutorial is that you have already created a simple application based on FPM, as for example in tutorial 1.


E-Learning Tutorials for Floorplan Manager. Permalink Feb 18, The component configuration that is currently used by application is dynprl there. Okay, In that case please use available type.

This tutorial shows you how to use an AppCC application-specific component controller and its features in an OIF based application. Open any of the PO by clicking on it. This application will have different application configurations associated with it. Also add a caption or some other element to this second view so it is different to the first. That should help a little.

FPM Developer and Admin Guide (FPM Cookbook) – Web Dynpro ABAP – SCN Wiki

A t tachments 0 Page History. This tutorial will show you how to create a Tabbed Component Configuration. Aba; 25, at 9: Hi Celeste, Yes, I used that a bit. Hi all, Firstly, sincere apologies for not getting this sorted out sooner. Steps to be followed: I will go into this a bit more in a separate topic.

Press the Reimplement button and green icon in the Implementation State column indicates that your component is completely implemented.