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NWDI Configuration Error when enabling it from MII

Hi All,

We are trying to use the NWDI functionalities in MII. We are referring the document

We have successfully done all the steps mentioned in the doc.

but when I try enabling the NWDI from MII, i get the following error message.

[C00003EF892005CA00000005000056B8] Error occurred while updating NWDI user configuration; development config is not valid for SAP MII content development

I have gone throught the thread on SDN which speaks about the similar issue.

as mentioned in the thread we have enabled the Name server and also Proper admin authorization is given to the user using which i am logging in to the NWDI from MII. But still I am not able to resolve the error.

Is there any SAP Note related to this issue or am I missing any extra settings. Please Help.

Thanks and regards,

Sanjeev Sharma

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    Posted on Aug 01, 2013 at 06:54 AM


    Have you imported the XMII SCA and MII_BUILDT SCA in your Track? Also ensure they are the correct version for your MII server. Without these you will see the error.



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    • Hi Shweta,

      by CMSADMIN I mean the NWDI.Administrator rights

      following are the Roles assigned to the NWDI_CMSADM user which we used to configure the NWDI Track in Netweaver Server

      Assigned Roles : NWDI.Administrator
      Assigned Groups : NWDI.Administrator

      UME Assigned Action : deploy_action

      also can you pls share the error screen shot so that others can also help in finding the re-solution


      Sanjeev Sharma

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