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Embed Java WebDynpro in BSP Portal project

Hi,

I have a java webdynpro made with NWDS, then deploy took place against PORTAL. Then you enter the portal and the WD vialualiza in webdynpro java aplication.

Need Help Now make a IView containing the WD java, then the sight of the need to place an IFRAME in a BSP project within the portal.

I have understood that by a IView ROLES: // Portal_Content / nameIview can open the view into the iframe.

The problem I have is when creating the ivew, there are two options, remote and ivew object iView, iView if I select remote and then select java webdynpro fails (see http://scn.sap.com/community/enterprise-portal/blog/2014/01/02/creating-iviews-from-remote-sources-troubleshooting-guide) user I have no option to select user access mapping system.

How I can create a java Iview containing WD found in WebDynpro applications java? BSP then embed iframe.

Regards,

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2015 at 07:51 AM

    Diego, maybe I missed something, but the constellation is a bit odd. However, WDJ applications deployed on EP can be found in appropriate GPAR catalog. Not sure how to implement that one in a BSP application afterwards, this is in fact an ABAP question. What you can do is portal navigation inside of your ABAP applications: Web Dynpro für ABAP - SAP Library, maybe this is of some help

    cheers

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