ABAP Freak Show March 4th Part 2


In the second part of this episode of the ABAP Freak Show, we continue to look at Adobe Flash Islands for Web Dynpro examples. This time we explore a multiple file uploader. The uploading is done to a dedicate SICF handler class and written into a temporary database table using the EXPORT command. So in addition to just learning about Flash Islands technology, several other little known ABAP topics are explored as well.

I do realize the irony of posting a March 4th episode, part 2 on March 5th. I apologize for the delay and for the problems with the source code download on part 1. Hopefully the super big episode – both parts clock in together at 76 minutes – will make up for the technical problems/delays.

Here is the link where you can download the source code for the ABAP (SAPlink and Transports) and Flex portions of the example:
http://abap-sdn-examples-tpj.googlecode.com/files/Source_Code_FIslands_Tutorial_Multi_File.zip

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3 responses to “ABAP Freak Show March 4th Part 2”

  1. Allie says :

    Hi Thomas,

    where can I download episode.

    Regards,
    Allie

  2. Allie says :

    Maybe I should have been more specific. Where do I download the Freak Show Episodes. I think it is great and very informative.

    Best regards,
    Allie

  3. Thomas Jung says :

    In the categories on the left hand panel you can select ABAP Freak Show. This will show you only Freak Show entries – several per page, most recent first. In each entry there are links to download the episode.

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