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Building a simple Workflow application using the steps "User Decision" and "Mail". (More details) Including Custom text in the step "User Decision". (More details) Creating a container element and using it in the step "Mail". (More details) Using "Condition" step (more details) Using "Multiple Condition" step (more details) Using "Container Operation" step (more details) Demo on working with step "Loop (Until)" (More details) NEW Using the step "Form" in Workflow (Simple example) (More details) Using the step "Form" (Detailed example) (More details) Triggering Events Programmatically (more details) Deadline Monitoring - Working with Latest end (more details) Deadline Monitoring - Working with Requested Start (more details) Dynamic Parallel Processing in Workflow (More details) Personal Substitute for Workflow (More details) Adoption of a Substitute (More details) Notification of Work Items to an external email (More details) Filtering the Work Items in the SAP Inbox (More details) Adding Logo to the Work item preview (More details) Tracing the events triggered during the execution of a transaction (More details) Sending recursive mails upon reaching the deadline until the task is completed (More details) Ad Hoc agent assignment in Workflow (More details) Trigger a workflow to send an email whenever a material is created (More details) Defining custom rules to use in Workflow definition (More details) Maintaining Translations for the Work item text and Outcome Names (More details) Raising exceptions in a method and handling the same in the workflow (More details) ALE - Error handling through Workflow (More details) Using ABAP Classes in Workflow (More details) Using Document Template in Workflow (More details) Demo on Workflow Wizard (More details) Steps to transport agent assignment from one system to another (More details) Creating rules using Responsibilities (More details) Using the "Start Conditions" in Workflow (More details) Using "Check Function Module" in Workflow (More details) Retrieving the Work item details of the deleted users (More details) Transporting Organization structure from one system to another (More details) Configuring events for HR Workflow (More details) Starting Workflow from Messages (More details) Triggering Workflow using Business Transaction Events (More details) Triggering of an event using Function Module Enhancement (More details) Passing a hyperlink in a Work item (More details) Working with Business Objects (More details) To instantiate any Business object in a Workflow (More details) Raising events based on changed document (More details) Extended notification configuration (More details) Debugging SAP events (More details) Sending workflow notification to Requestor in HTML format (More details) Registering WEB DYNPRO/BSP Application with a Workflow Work item (More details) Working with Dynamic Task Submission in Workflow (More details) Archiving SAP Work items (More details) Delegate a Subtype to Supertype (More details) Demo on Workflow using Classes (More details) Sending multiple attachment in user decision step of workflow (More details) Demo on working with “Nested / SubWorkflows” (More details) Call instance method from workflow using class (More details) Display Dynamic Attachments in Work Item in Workflow (More details) Modify the run-time value of workflow containers (More details) NEW Capture Rejection Reason Text from User Decision in Workflow (More details) NEW

This contextual panel provides navigation with view switch. Enhancement in Webdynrpo ABAP 6. Enhancing a controller 8. Overview page floor plan(OVP) 14. Object Instance Floor plan(OIF) 12. Adobe Flash Island in webdynpro ABAP 18. Chip 21. Enhancing a component and window 9. The navigation can be included in more than three levels. Enhancing a View 7. Below is the sample visual of how contextual panel looks on screen. Navigation list in contextual panel 3. Guided Activity Floor plan(GAF) 13. Dynamically creating the UI element 5. Creating a Chip component 22. A Simple Adobe Forms 15. View switch in contextual panel 4. Page builder 20. Closing a web browser through action 19. Using a chip component in side panel Contextual panel Contextual panel UI element belongs to the layout category. Microsoft Silverlight Integration in webdynpro ABAP 17. Integrating Adobe Forms in Webdynpro ABAP 16. This UI element is used to structure the layout of the webdynpro screen.       Process a User Decision Programmatically at Background (More details) NEW Forward a work item to your own currently logged in SAP ID (More details) NEW Simplified Business Workplace – Workflow Inbox in SAP R/3 (More details) NEW Program Exits in Work Item for Workflow (More details) NEW Consistency and Extended Checks for Workflow Template and Tasks (More details) NEW How to Trigger Class based workflow? (More details) NEW Offline Workflow Approval in ECC R/3 without SAP Logon from E-Mail (Outlook) (More details) 1. FPM interface 11. Introduction to FPM 10. . Contextual Panel 2.

How it works? The view switch is not automatically toggled. Using the object reference you can access the navigation list selected. the ON_SELECT event is triggered. Pass the value CONTEXT_ELEMENT to the internal table and read the element object reference which is of type IF_WD_CONTEXT_ELEMENT. When you click on a link in the navigation list. You can find the link you clicked on in the event parameter WDEVENT. There are three types of elements which can be embedded inside the contextual panel they are. . There is an INDEX parameter containing the index of the selected view switch (counting from 1 upwards). This object refers to a class which contains an internal table parameters which will contain the event at runtime.

Example display of view switch: . Free contextual Area 2. Navigation list 3. The data source property of the navigation list is to be binded to the recursive node. View switch: View switch is used to toggle between views in the contextual panel. Example display of navigation list. View Switch Free Contextual Area: Any UI element can be placed inside the free contextual area.1. Example display of Free contextual area: Navigation List: Navigation list provides the navigation area and is used inside the contextual panel.