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CSS for Custom Components not being found in NetWeaver

I'm using the design studio SDK to develop a set of custom components in Design Studio 1.4.  They contain both javascript and css files.  The components are working fine when running in local mode but when I run them on NetWeaver (v7.3) none of the associated CSS files are being found. All URL calls to pull a css file are returning 500 errors.  The logs are giving “Resource not found:” errors. None of my components are using images so I don’t know if that works but I do know that all the javascript files are coming across ok.

Does any one have any ideas I might try?



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  • Jan 08, 2015 at 09:33 PM

    David - did you see this thread from Patrick Mainka?

    It might be a bug in 1.4; did you apply the Design Studio 1.4 patch released on December 19?

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    Jan 27, 2015 at 10:55 AM

    Hi David,

    we are facing the same issue. This seems to be a bug in the Netweaver Add-on. If you remove "" from the URL given in the error you should obtain a working URL for the requested resource. So, there seems to be an error in how those URLs are build in the Netweaver Add-on.

    Cheers, Daniel

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    • Hi Daniel,

      you can believe me, there is a lot of QA going on, and a lot of test automation with GIT / gerit.

      We had until now 3 regressions (patch 1, patch 2 + this one) which were not found...

      Not all cases can be tested in automated way, we just missed them - and this leads of course again to creation of new test cases by our QA.

      I know, this is not good if something will go out - we try to reduce this, it is just incremental work and you can never retest everything.

      for this issue, main test focus was BIP deployment and Mobi is another layer on top.