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Issue when deploying SCA

Hello Guru's,

We are upgrading our portal landscape to 7.4 and in the process migrating our custom component to new version.

We don't have NWDI.

Here are the steps we followed :

1. In New NWDS, import existing projects into workspace. ( Copied the working folder structure from older NWDS)

2. Once imported, replaced the jar files with latest jar files. ( Showing the project as DEPRECATED)

3. Right click on project and Development Component - Convert Project to Development Component.

4. Gave the My Components ( as development component.

5. Created the project from Development Component

6. Replaced the jars and no build errors.

7. Now in Component Browser, right click on My Components and export, created the SCA file.

8. When trying to import in Portal it is giving error below:

Inbox scan ignores delivery unit , because there is no request for component local local

Please help in fixing the issue.



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    Posted on Jun 04, 2014 at 04:20 PM

    Here are the steps we did to fix the issue:

    1. Open NWDS 7.31 - File - Import - Existing Project into Workspace - Provide the project from old nwds 7.02 location

    2. Once project is imported to Workspace, right click and Development Component and Convert Project to Development Component

    3. We user Local and created the Development Component and carried the changes that need to done.

    4. For deploying you have 2 options:

    a. Deploy from NWDS

    b. Go to View Component Browser and Right Click on the local component where you have the development component and EXPORT, this process will create SCA file which can be deployed using JSPM.

    Hope this helps.



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