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Security of webdynpro generated code..

Dear All,

When we deploy the application whic is developed using webdynpro, on the WAS or J2EE engine. where actually the source code resides?? Is it still on the desktop PC..suppose if the desktop pc crashs..then how can we rvert back the source code. How does netweaver developer studio assures this code security..

Please suggest.

Regds,

Anup.

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2005 at 12:11 PM

    Hi,

    For complete centralized build and project life cycle management SAP has JDI. (Java development infrastructure).(this includes DTR,CBS,CMS..)

    Using this will provide a centralized access of updated code to the whole project.

    Versioning,central build ,synchronization,change management everything is provided in this.

    Its based on component model.. so you can make re-usable components.

    Go for it ! Its too good to miss 😊

    Regards

    Bharathwaj

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2005 at 08:45 AM

    hi Anup,

    as far as i know the source code is stored in the desktop PC only.when you deployed class filed will be zipped and stored in WAS.you can also store your source code in seperate server if you use JDI.in this case source is stored in DTE.

    regards

    Naidu

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