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iView based on WebDynPro

Dear All,

I am trying to create an iView thats based on a Simple WebDynPro. I followed the procedure described in the following link and created System/System Alias.

But, when I click <b>Preview</b> I do not see anything, it just displays <b> The page cannot be displayed </b>

Any pointers appreciated.



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    Oct 04, 2005 at 04:35 AM

    Hi Sean,

    This will be the problem with the system creation. Try with the default system ( i think it is SAP_Alias,, since i am not on my system. Its the first one in dropdown, if u r on SP9) that is already there in portal.



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    Oct 04, 2005 at 05:24 AM

    Right click on the section of the browser screen where you get "Page can not be displayed" -> Click on Properties and copy the URL and check the URL. The URL should be proper and fully qualified and it should work independent of portal. If it does not, then there could be some problem either with your system creation or webdynpro iView creation. IF you need any more assistance in finding the problem, you may past the URL in this forum post as well..

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    Oct 04, 2005 at 05:53 AM

    Hi Archer,

    These are the steps for integrating a webdynpro appication into portal.

    Go to System Administration>>System Configuration>>System Landscape.

    Click a folder in the Portal Catalog with the secondary mouse button. A context menu is displayed. In the context menu, choose New>>System. The System Landscape Wizard is launched.

    Select SAP backend system with Load Balancing from the Template selection window screen and choose Next button.

    Provide a system name, system ID and prefix for your system.

    Choose Next. Choose Finish.

    Then you have to create a system allias

    In the Display dropdown list box, choose System Aliases.

    Specify a name for the system alias Add the defined alias by choosing Add.


    Defining the Properties Specific to the Web Application Server

    Open the system in the System Landscape Editor.

    In the Property Category dropdown list box in the Property Editor, choose Web Application Server (WAS).

    Maintain the following properties:

    a. WAS Host Name = <host name>.<domain name>:<port number> (this corresponds to the Web Dynpro server location and the port on which it is running, for example,

    b. WAS Protocol = http or https (depending on the configuration of the WebAS)

    Now u can create ur webdypro iview the steps are ...

    Go to Portal Content>> select the folder that contains your new Web Dynpro iView. Use the context menu and select New &#8594; iView.

    Choose SAP webDynpro iview.

    Give iview name and id.

    Choose java

    Give the system allias u have created or A system alias has to exist for every SAP NetWeaver installation to run a WebDynpro application. If your Web Dynpro application runs on the same installation as the portal itself, you can use the predefined system alias SAP_LocalSystem.

    Name space : local/projectname

    Application name: name of the application in webdynpro project.

    Give parameters if there is any, else leave it as blank.

    Choose next and Finish.

    Now u can view ur webdynpro app in portal.

    Hope this helps


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