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projects for par files

If i want to create a some par files and also edit some par files that came from sap, should I create a project for each PAR that I am going to edit or create.

what is the best practice used?

If we create a project for each PAR, should we check in all these projects into only one DTR workspace or again a workspace for each PAR.

how to include this creating par file projects in component model (DC's and SC's).

Could you please clarify regarding the above.

Thank you

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2005 at 04:27 AM

    It is always better to have a seperate DC for a Portal Application (PAR).

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2005 at 05:55 AM

    Hi Shiva,

    1)If i want to create a some par files and also edit some par files that came from sap, should I create a project for each PAR that I am going to edit or create.

    You should create seperate projects for each par.

    2) If we create a project for each PAR, should we check in all these projects into only one DTR workspace or again a workspace for each PAR.

    You can check them in the same workspace.

    3)how to include this creating par file projects in component model (DC's and SC's).

    When you create a DC and there is an option of importing a par file onto your Development Component. If you have a parfile already you could use this option.

    Regards

    Prakash

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