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FIGURE 15-8 Initial screen for the Web Application Designer
templates you have been using as long as you have that option active in your system. This is a historic list of templates you have worked on before. In this case, we are entering this component of the system for the first time, so we see nothing in the Web Template area. In order to see all the different sections of the WAD, click the Create New Web Template button to open a new template screen. The following illustration shows this view of the WAD with the New Template screen open.
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The initial view of the BEx Web Application Designer has four different screen areas in addition to the menu and toolbars: Web Items Web Template Properties Errors and Warnings You can adjust the appearance of the Web Application Designer to your requirements. The object on which you are working namely the web template is handled differently from the Tools and Help windows. You can show and hide the individual screen areas and toolbars using the View menu option. The location of this option is shown here. You can move the three toolbars and the Web Items and Properties windows as you require. Depending on where you move an object to, it is anchored or floats freely as a toolbox. The following illustration shows everything in a horizontal position. Copyright by SAP AG Because the Web Application Designer is a Multiple Document Interface (MDI) application, you can open and manage different windows with web templates at the same time. You can use the Window menu option to arrange the windows differently: cascading (overlapping), vertically, or horizontally.
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Web Item Screen Area The Web Item screen area provides access to all the available web
items and Data Providers as well as a small help section. The web items are segmented into three groupings: Standard, Advanced, and Miscellaneous. Clicking the group heading displays the contents of that group. The following illustration shows the result of choosing the Advanced grouping. Because the web items are the basic building blocks of the web templates, this is a commonly used section and really almost a requirement to get anything to show up in the WAD.
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NOTE There are really four sections in this screen area, but the Data Provider section is for
assigning, changing, and reviewing Data Providers and doesn t offer additional WAD functionality. A web item describes the way in which the data from a Data Provider is displayed, such as in a table (Analysis web item), map (Map web item), or graphic (Chart web item). Under the Data Provider section, you can create Data Providers of type Filter or type Query View. You can drag the required Data Provider type into your web template. The dialog box for creating Data Providers opens. Underneath the selection for Web Items and Data Provider Maintenance, you see the help area, which provides explanations for the web items and the Data Providers. To display the texts for the respective web item, double-click the web item. To hide the texts, double-click the web item again. Once you have hidden the
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display of texts and selected a web item by single-clicking, some quick info is displayed for the web item, as shown here.
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Properties Screen Area
The Properties screen area provides access to all the properties of the selected web item or the web template itself. The component you select determines the number of properties associated with the web item. Also, all the parameters are set here. The Properties screen area uses two tabs to segment the properties. The General tab provides access to the Data Provider assignment, if required. The Web Items tab is, in most cases, the more important portion of the screen and shows a listing of the configuration settings of the component. The Properties screen area, which is shown next, is very important to developers. This is where you will spend most of your time configuring the WAD template.
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