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using two JDI

Hello all,

I am working on two projects that are presently using two JDI. They plan to integrate as soon as the second one will be stable enough.

I have done quite some works on the first one using netweaver studio. This morning I tried to connect to the second one. So I have change the JDI url in studio.

However netweaver studio always tries to connect to the first one. I tried to change many settings but it always come back to the first one.

Is there something to do in such a case.

Kind Regards

Antoine

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2005 at 07:37 AM

    Hi Antoine,

    The first thing is you go and change the SLD URL for the second JDI Windows -> Preferences -> JDI -> Dev Config as has been mentioned by Pavel. However in your post you have written that you are changing the URL so i assume that this is not the problem.

    I feel you should also go and select the client which you are connecting to. This you do using menu option DTR -> Select Client. Just make sure that it points to the correct one.

    Just a pointer see if it helps you.

    Regards

    Sidharth

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    • Hi Antoine,

      I don´t know if your problem has already been solved but have a look at

      /people/helmut.tammen2/blog/2005/09/27/running-multiple-versions-of-netweaver-developer-studio-on-one-developer-pc--another-approach

      I described how I´m working with several configurations in this weblog.

      Regards

      Helmut

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2005 at 05:25 AM

    Hi !

    Are you using two different sld's for those two JDI's

    because the NWDS tries to contact the sld first.

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