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Friday, September 24, 2010

Developing SAP Applications with Adobe Flex

Developing Using Adobe Flex This section describes the necessary developments in the Adobe Flex environment, including the creation of the basic structure (project files and creating components), design of the application, development of the “Planning” and “Time-Recording” components, and the reporting analysis using Flex charts. The section concludes with a final test. Advantage Development in Adobe Flex Builder can be conducted outside of the SAP environment, provided the interface has been defined.

This is a decisive advantage over traditional BSP applications that present their data on the basis of HTML. 7.3.1Project Structure of the Application Front End We will develop the front end of the planning and time-recording tool in Adobe Flex Builder 2. Once you have started Flex Builder, you can use a very powerful Eclipse-based development environment. Project files In the first step, we must define the necessary files for ourproject.The project contains the Flex project, including the MXML application, the associated MXML components, and the Action Script files that are to contain theapplication logic.You can start Adobe Flex Builder from the Windows Start menu.Usually it is installed in Start Programs Adobe Adobe Flex Builder. Once you have successfully started Adobe Flex Builder, you can create a new project via the following menu path: File New Flex Project (see Figure 7.50). A dialog opens in which you can make the necessary settings for the project (see Figure 7.51). In the first step, you must select the Flex server on which you want to create the application. The ColdFusion Flash Remoting Service option is an advanced application that requires the Flex Data Services 2 and Cold Fusion MX 7.1. This application is needed in order to combine Flex and Cold Fusion applications. Flex Data Services are applications that have been extended by a new architecture (data service architecture) and charting components. They enable you to integrate other technologies with Flex(see Figure 7.52).Because we haven’t installed any Flex server for our example, you must choose None here and continue. This is the default setting for thecreation of Flex projects. Unique naming conventions In the next step, you must assign a name to the project. Here you should choose the same name as the one you choose for the package in the ABAP Workbench (Z_DZT_BOOK) in order to attain a unique naming method (see Figure 7.53).You can keep the Use default location setting. This setting specifies the directory in which the files will be stored. Of course, you can also use a different directory for the project.Once you have defined the name of the project, you can create additional packages and directories that you want to use later on. First you should create a Source folder called src that is supposed to contain the MXML files (see Figure 7.54).Then you can conclude the creation of the Flex project by clicking the Finish button.

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