OIF will let you create a tabbed application; tabs will contain different views from a single or multiple components. Below are the steps to create a FPM application. Create a Web Dynpro Application and specify parameters according to which floorplan instance you are using. Test your application.
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We create a simple selection and show the results in a list UIBB. The data come from the well known sflight table. An easy list Before we can add our list to the Floorplan we must create a feeder class for the list, so that the list knows what data to show, how to display this data and some other things. You can do thas in Eclipse, or in SE24 oldschool But as more developers still use SE24 to do that i decided also to use SE24 for this tutorial. Select list component.
Now we must define a configuration for the list and add a title for it. We do the last. Finaly we can choose our feeder class. We insert the name of our created class and click enter. Now we have to select the columns we want to show in the list.
Save 3. Search and eventing 3. Now we must add a search-UIBB to the Floorplan according to the same principle than we do with our list. In the component configuration of our list we choose the search fields and save. Now we have a searchmask in our application.
The best variant to do that is the eventing my opinion If you click on the search button an event gets fired and then gets collected by the list. Now we must expand our feeder class for the list. But now we must collect the event in our list and use the search criteria for our selection. Now if the search is excecuted the list could change its result based on the search criteria and the result looks like this.
Floorplan Manager for Web Dynpro ABAP - Developer's Guide
Getting Started with the Floorplan Manager