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XI + CMS

We have a sperate JDI server and an XI environment with dev, qas and prod. We need to use CMS. From the guide at help.sap.com I see that certain parameters should be set, like these:

com.sap.aii.directory.serviceuser.pwd.cms

com.sap.aii.ibrep.core.cms.enableClTransport=true

There are several others. Where are these settings done? In the exchangeProfile? There are no such settings there!

The help guide also states that " JDI ONLINE 6.40 (in folder JDI 6.40)

· JDI OFFLINE 6.40

You can deploy these SDAs together in one step."

1. Should we deploy these even if we are runnin a seperate JDI server.

2. There are no such SDA files on service.sap.com. When I download like described I get two .zip files.

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 08:43 AM

    These parameters,

    com.sap.aii.directory.serviceuser.pwd.cms

    com.sap.aii.ibrep.core.cms.enableClTransport=true

    should be created in exchange profile and the specified value has to be set.

    The files are available for downloading in the following path.

    Support Packages and Patches - SAP NetWeaver - SAP NETWEAVER - SAP NETWEAVER 04 - Entry by Component - Development Infrastructure

    regards

    kk

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