Is have EXT.Direct for ASP?
I've made a Django stack myself which is focused on a lightweight implementation and use, and also features a Python Client so Ext.Direct can in fact be used as a general RPC mechanism:
Would you mind naming it in the first post?
29 Oct 2010, 10:09 AM
Updated, thanks for your contribution.
Originally Posted by Svedrin
My friend and colleague, Falko implemented server-side stack Ext.Direct for Zope 3 (python)
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I've implemented an ExtDirect Stack for a SAP AS ABAP (Application Serve ABAP).
The Application Server ABAP for example drives the SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System or SAP Business Warehouse (BW/BI).
The Stack implements a MVC approach, that uses BSPs (similar to JSPs) for embedding Ext JS UI Components.
Two HTTP Handler implement the API generation and Routing service.
You can use ABAP Classes and public Methods for Remote Function calls.
The Router transparently encodes SAP DDIC (Data Dictionary Elements) to JSON and vice versa.
Using an Apache with a MOD_PROXY and MOD_REWRITE it is also possible to design the whole application with ExtDesigner,
develop the needed Business Logic with Eclipse and transparently Test/Preview App including Data Services through Apache.
UI Deployment to SAP is possible via WebDAV and using the MIME container for ExtJs Lib and UI Elements.
Using Ant and *.jsb it is possible to compile used UIs into single minified lib.js file to load less files.
If someone is interested in this Stack, you can contact me for further details.
I also implemented the ExtDirect Stack into SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal (AS JAVA).
Using BSP iViews it is also possible to natively embed ExtJs Components into the SAP Portal Solution.
You can contact me via http://www.uniorg.de
What stack should I use for maximum host O/S compatibility & minimum footprint?
I'm going to implement Ext.Direct 4 but want to run it all from a USB stick that has multiple O/S support (Windows + UNIX/LINUX) that doesn't require "installing" anything on the host computer.
I've got an embedded web server and can do CGI + PHP easily enough if I kick off everything from the stick, but have not started incorporating Ext.Direct yet.
I haven't dug into the PHP/Perl and other stacks, so don't know if they are going to have problems running in this environment. Any thoughts on which stack I can use that won't blow up if configured this way? (And/or any gotchas or work-arounds I'll need to deal with).
Seems like CatalystX::ExtJS:irect is what made it into CPAN for perl for extjs direct specific (lots more for extjs for form creation and routing)
18 Jun 2011, 12:12 AM
New Ext Direct specification implementation for .NET
i've developed another implementation of Ext Direct specification for .NET.
The project is open source, project homepage is at
with all available information and documentation. Can you please add it to the list in this thread's first post?
Can i create an "official" thread in this forum for support and help related to this implementation? (like every other implementation)?
Originally Posted by gianmarco
Updated with all the latest server-side stacks.