Web Dynpro ABAP Configuration

After you have installed the system and before you start developing Web Dynpro applications, components, and interfaces, the configuration settings described below must be made.

You have installed the Application Server ABAP (AS ABAP). You can find more information at Internet address service.sap.com/instguidesnw70  Installation. You can find more information about the required system landscape in the Master Guide for SAP NetWeaver 7.0 at the Internet address service.sap.com/installNW70. As well as installing the AS-ABAP, you must also configure it correctly. You can find information about AS ABAP configuration in the SAP Reference IMG (Implementation Guide) under Application Server or in the SAP Solution Manager under Business Process Repository (transaction SOLAR_LIBRARY)  Solutions  Basic Configuration  Configuration Structures  SAP NetWeaver 7.0  Usage Type AS ABAP.

Initial Configuration Settings
To ensure Web Dynpro for ABAP applications can be smoothly created and operated, some additional configuration settings are necessary for areas underlying the Web Dynpro programming model (the Internet Communication Manager (ICM), Internet Communication Framework (ICF), and the View Designer). These settings are also necessary to comply with the security requirements. ● ● ICM HTTP/HTTPS must be set in the ICM (more information: ICF ○ ICF services must be activated. If a service is not activated by default, you can activate it from the SAP Implementation Guide (IMG). In transaction SPRO, choose Display SAP Reference IMG. The path in the Implementation Guide for SAP NetWeaver is: Application Server  Internet Communication Framework  Activate HTTP Services orActivate Service in Installation. More information: Active Services in SICFScreen. Displaying and Changing Services).

When a Web Dynpro application is created, a node for it is automatically created in the ICF tree. Note that the system performs a check against the node is created. ○ ○ ● authorization object when an ICF Administration of

Administration of (ICF) server functions (authorization assignment): Server Functions

Administration of (ICF) client functions (creation of RFC destinations, and so on): Administration of Client Functions

View Designer For the layout editor in the View Designer, all the services specified in Active Services in SICF for Web Dynpro ABAP must be activated. More information: SAP Notes 1009930 and 1008689


we recommend that you use SAP logon tickets or X. ● Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDN) Avoid shortened FQDNs. For more information about security for Web Dynpro ABAP application. More information: Note 903662. For security reasons. Adobe Integration The conditions described under Form Integration Prerequisites apply for the integration of PDF documents.509 certificates for portal integration. the prerequisites described in Portal Integration Requirements must be met. Configuration Settings Depending on Requirements Depending on which Web Dynpro for ABAP functions you use. . Other logon procedures are not fully supported. Portal Integration If you want your Web Dynpro for ABAP application to run in the Portal. More information: Configuring the AS-ABAP for Supporting SSL. see Security Aspects for Web Dynpro for ABAP.SSO must be set up on the relevant host. additional configuration settings may be necessary.

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