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Table of Contents
                            SAP CRM 2006s Introduction to Web Client UI Architecture
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Layers of SAP CRM 2006s/2 Applications
Layers of CRM 5.1 Applications
Component – General Parts
UI Component
Component Workbench: View, Controller and Model
Component Workbench: Context Nodes, Attributes
Component Workbench (I)
Component Workbench (II)
Component Workbench (III)
Layers of CRM 5.1 Applications
BOL and GenIL: Tools
BOL and GenIL: Tools
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Definitions 1
Definitions 2
Getting to know the GENIL...
Definitions 3
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BOL Services
BOL Transaction Model
BOL Transaction Model 2
BOL Services – Message Service
Architectural Overview
Business Object Layer vs. Generic Interaction Layer
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Views of the CRM Web Client
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New Component Concept
New Window Concept
UI-Elements: ViewSet, ViewArea and View
Runtime Repository
Model View Controller in WebClient BSPs
CRM Web Client: View Details
Component Workbench: Context Nodes, Attributes (II)
Navigation Between Views (in Same Window)
Custom Controller
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New Component Concept: Inside and Outside View
Component Controller
New Window Concept: Inside and Outside View
Component Interface
Component Usage(1)
Component Usage(2)
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Customizing of Navigation: Overview
I) Navigation from the Navigation Bar to a Component
Main Component
II) Cross Component Navigation (Object Type Determined by Outbound (OP) Plug Definition)
III) Cross Component Navigation (Object Type Determined by Descriptor Object)
Navigation Between M-Components
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Component Enhancement Principle
Component Enhancement Concept: 1
Component Enhancement Concept: 2
Component Enhancement Concept: 3
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View, Controller, Context and Context Node
Enhancing Context and Context Nodes
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Document Text Contents
Page 1

SAP CRM 2006s
Introduction to Web

Client UI Architecture

Frederic Heinemann
CRM Consulting EMEA Hub

The Fast Track to SAP Knowledge

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Layer Overview

BOL/Genil

UI Component Concept

AGENDA

UI Component Elements

UI Component Interface and Usage

Cross Component Navigation

Component Enhancement Concept
Concepts
Technical Basics

The Fast Track to SAP Knowledge

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UI-Elements: ViewSet, ViewArea


and View

ViewSet

ViewArea View

ViewArea

ViewSetView

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Runtime Repository

Each component has its own runtime repository file
It acts a a catalogue containing




views, viewsets


and the composition of views within viewsets




Navigational links (with target and source view)




Inbound and outbound plugs definitions




etc.
Technically stored as .xml file

Can be displayed and maintained in the
Runtime repository editor of the
Component workbench

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