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Help Regarding netweaver developer infrastructure?

Hi All,

we have XI installed on WAS 6.40 with SLD. Now I want to install JDI for some java development. could someone please clarify me the following?

1. where can i find JDI installable, is it only one file which will install the whole JDI or will there be a executable for each of the components of JDI such as one for DTR, one for CMS, one for CBS etc?

2. can i install it on the same j2ee engine where XI is installed pointing to the same SLD of XI?

3. we want only DTR part of the JDI, if there is only one installable for JDI, how can i avoid installing of the other components such as CBS, CMS, DTR.

4. after the whole installation, what should i do from the client side. is it just installing the NWDS studio on the clients PC and do some configuration stuff.

5. I dont want to use Development Components, so I am planning to use only DTR component of JDI, what do u suggest?

6. good links for installing and configuring jdi?

It would be really helpful if someone could help me in this regard.

Thank you

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    Sep 30, 2005 at 08:04 AM

    Hi Shiva,

    Some of the answers are given below:

    2. As per the SAP note 737368 it is not advisable to install JDI on the same server as XI. You can however you the same SLD as that of XI. Additionally you should also not install JDI on a server which you are going to use as a runtime system in a Track. However since you dont plan to use the complete JDI this shouldnt be a problem.

    One question though why do you just want to use the DTR part of JDI.

    3. No you cannot avoid installing CBS and CMS. You can avoid using it.

    4. Just installation of NWDS is enough.

    5. Again why dont you want to use the complete JDI.

    Regards

    Sidharth

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    Sep 30, 2005 at 03:42 AM

    Hi Shiva,

    Majority of questiones are answered in my blog.

    /people/sap.user72/blog/2005/09/07/have-you-bagged-a-project-if-so-its-time-to-install-jdi-java-development-infrastructure

    Additionally refer this ebook

    http://www.sap-press.de/download/dateien/817/sappress_java_programming.pdf (Chapter on JDI)

    Regards,

    RK

    Message was edited by: Ramakrishna Venkat

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