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Deploying Webdynpro - problem...

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Any body help me to deploy WebDynpro application on EP 6.0 SP2 on top of J2EE Engine 620

What is that Message Server?? How to configure it?

plz reply me, thanx in advance

Lakshmikantha

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  • Posted on Nov 17, 2005 at 01:40 PM
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  • Posted on Nov 17, 2005 at 10:19 PM

    Hi Lakshmikantha, hi Ramakrishna,

    I fear you really want to <i>deploy</i> a WD app on WAS 6.20?! (And not only itegrate a WD iView, running on a 6.40 box, into a 6.20 EP installation?!)

    If this is the case 😔 - WD is only supported from 6.40 on.

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

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    • Hi Kantha,

      the message server is part of the "SAP Central Services" (SCS), see http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/13/7264827c5fc0418606202ce69fc517/frameset.htm for details.

      So it is not directly related to WD apps. It is the server to which initial communication happens when deploying J2EE applications from NWDS.

      As given in NWDS, the port is 3600 + SCS instance number, so often it will be 3601.

      > how did u tried to deploy

      <b><u><i>You cannot deploy a Web Dynpro app on 6.20.</i></u></b> Period.

      On a 6.40 system, everything works "as expected", but once you would try, probably you wouldn't experience any problems... (at least, you should use the same NWDS version as Server version, e.g. NWDS 2.0.14 for WAS 6.40 SPS 14).

      Hope it helps

      Detlev

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