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Is my SAP using J2EE engine?

Hi Experts,

Any idea how to tell for sure if J2EE is installed in addition to Abap stack?

Regards,

Ernesta

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 07:15 PM

    Take a look at this "link" on your installation.

    http://<yourhost>.<yourdomain>:<yourport>/sap/monitoring/SystemInfo.

    and you will get a very useful overview of your installation.

    Under the list of software components you should see SAP-JEE.

    Hope this gave you some useful information.

    regards

    Alexander Moan

    Ps. Please rememeber to award points if this aswers your question.

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 04:03 AM

    One way , look for /usr/sap/<SID>/D<instance>XX/j2ee

    If there is a j2ee folder then you have j2ee already installed.

    thx,

    aditi

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      Some application like EP have to have J2EE installed and some are not. You can always install J2EE as an Add java to any component . There is no impact on not installing J2EE on dialog Instance.

      If you are planning to have largescale development using J2EE then you also can have standalone development environment using J2EE and eclipse IDE.

      Thx,

      aditi.

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2005 at 07:12 AM

    Hi Ernesta

    Run following URL

    http://<FQDN>:50000

    If it is working then in your system J2EE engine is installed and it is functional.

    You can check from transaction SMICM.

    You can also check database for j2ee engine tablespace, name of j2ee tablespace is PSAP<SID>DB.

    Regards

    Bajrang Saini

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