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KMC in NWDS 7.3

Hi Gurus,

I am new to KMC-CM.I have to migrate KM object which developed and deployed in NWDS 7.0 .

I have imported KM portal application into my work space and i have imported KMC SCA file also into Development infrastructure.

When i try to add that SC into My Components as dependencies, i am getting the following error(Error1) , kindly help me out to add dependencies,

In the pics, icon is different from other SC files, Whether it is Deprecated or Version dependency?

Regards,

Ragav

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2014 at 12:49 PM

    Hi Ragav,

    Please Check this follow once.

    Once you have imported KMCCM into NWDS, do as follows:

    1. Right click on My Components and select Show In ->Component Properties. Now go to tab Dependies and click on 'Add' button to add KMC-CM as a dependent SC to My Components SC

    2. Now right click on your Web Dynpro DC and select Development Component -> Show In -> Component Properties. Navigate to 'Dependices' tab and click on 'Add' button

    3. Expand 'KMC-CM' and select 'com.sap.km.cm.service' and add it as "Design Time" and "Run Time" dependency.

    4. Build the Web Dynpro DC.

    still your getting error means may be some jar files like ("tckmfrwk.jar").

    Regards,

    Durga Rao.

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2014 at 12:18 PM

    Maybe you have to establish SC dependency first.

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      Hi Jun,

      Can you please elaborate your answer!!!!

      Is that SC icon is usable? Because when compare to other standard SC , this icon is little different and when i try to add its show the error as mentioned in pic!!

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