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XCM Application configuration Page Error ??

Hello All:

I have installed successfully WAS 6.40 slim java version on my local machine Plus deployed successfully the latest ISA Package ISAWAC40SP09*.sar and P_14*.sar

But when i go to http://localhost:50000/b2b/admin/xcm/ to confiure XCM, page doesn't come up properly. I can not configure the application as there is no way that i can expand the nodes on the XCM page. I believe, its looking for HTMLB files and not finding them.

Application ISA B2B

Version 4.0

ISA Support package SP09 P-14

Java Version 1.4.2_10

SAP Netweaver Java Slim edition

Server host Windows XP / 5.1

Getting _htmlbMessageBar error and object not found. Is it something to do with HTMLB or IE6.0 or XCM config files ??

I have seen lot of threads with this issue, But no one has mentioned clear solution for this.

Any help is appreciated.


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    Posted on Nov 29, 2005 at 01:24 PM

    Hello Solvant,

    no wonder, slim edition has been reduced to the smallest extend possible, therfore htmlb was deinstalled. You can deploy it as it is still in the system. Find file htmlb.ear and deploy it to the server.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Dharam,

      Thanx for detailed description, but the next problem is that error appears when I try to deploy htmlb.ear - there is such component deployed.

      Then I undeployed htmlb.ear with SDM and deployed with Visual_Admin - the same error.

      But what is interesting (for me)- new component has name (HTML Business for JAVA). But As I mentioned above it doesn't work 😔

      I start new thread connected with my trouble:

      Browser problems with IC Web Client

      Maybe it will be helpfull to help me 😊

      Best regards, Alexandr

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