ABAP Remote Function Modules – Business Object Repository

Posted in SAP ABAP on February 21st, 2010 by asabau – Be the first to comment

Custom dictionary structures and remote function calls for getting bapi related data. To not reinvent the wheel, this abap part of the application makes use of existing SAP functions and dictionary structures identified by reviewing the code behind the BAPI transaction.
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Struts2 Framework with SAP JCo3 – Business Object Repository

Posted in Java EE on February 20th, 2010 by asabau – Be the first to comment

Struts2 is being used as the application framework with a series of plugins like the convention and json plugin. Servlets get data from the ABAP stack via SAP Java Connection and return to front-end either json or html content.
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jQuery FrontEnd – Business Object Repository

Posted in Javascript on February 20th, 2010 by asabau – Be the first to comment

The entry point of the application is bor.jsp getting a default struts2 action via convention plugin. It consists of two jQuery components: jsTree and UI Tabs.
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Struts2 with SAP JCo3 and jQuery – Business Object Repository

Posted in Java EE, Javascript, SAP ABAP, Showcase on February 20th, 2010 by asabau – Be the first to comment
Struts2 with SAP JCo3 and jQuery - Business Object Repository

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Build Automation via Ant – Facebook Photo Gallery

Posted in Adobe Flex, Build Automation on February 14th, 2010 by asabau – Be the first to comment

Using ant macros for extracting swf libary files from the swc runtime shared libraries, compiling the external swf modules, generating the html wrappers. Flex Ant tasks have priority over corresponding exec or java commands. This is the case for compc and mxmlc compilers. For extracting swf libraries from rsls or for generating custom html wrappers, exec commands are used because there are no corresponding flex ant tasks.
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Facebook.Connect Javascript-Flex Communication – Facebook Photo Gallery

Posted in Adobe Flex on February 14th, 2010 by asabau – 1 Comment

Facebook actionscript API can only make login calls by opening a new browser page to an official Facebook login page. To avoid this redirection, Facebook javascript API is used for login/logout operations. It has the advantage of presenting dhtml login/logout popups over the flex app without any user redirection. The flex app still controls all the authentication logic with the difference that login/logout calls are done using javascript functions via ExternalInterface.
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Parsley 2.2 and Spicelib 2.2 Implementation Details – Facebook Photo Gallery

Posted in Adobe Flex on February 13th, 2010 by asabau – 2 Comments

All flex applications are event driven. With Parsley messaging framework managing events is a lot more easier. You don’t have to manually dispatch and listen for events. Using Parsley defined metadata tags the code becomes cleaner, shorter, more easier to understand and maintain. Add Parsley Inversion of Control (IOC) framework and you have the means to easily create highly decoupled applications. Below steps take AlbumModule as a reference.
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