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Build error after SP upgrade

Hi SDN,

after upgrading WebDynpro Java 7.31 SP1 to SP16 i noticed build errors in NWDS caused by missing WDRuntime archives in the right version.

My CMS track is still at SP1 for WD-Runtime (SP16 needed) but i can not find any option (inside CMS, SLD etc) to define the right dependency. I can only select the release version (7.31) in all cases.

Where can i define the dependency of SCs incl. SP number?

Thx in upfront

Sebastian

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 09:20 AM

    Hi Sebastian,

    You can create a new SC (Software Component) in the SLD tab "Software Components". Add the new (SP16) dependencies to the SC below the tab dependencies. After it, create a new track and add the previous SC to it.

    Best regards,

    Szabolcs Renyo

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    • Hi Sebastien,

      You don't have to create new SC.

      If you will not use your existing SC to develop on SP1 you can update it of course.

      Navigate to SLD-->"Software Component" --> Select your SC --> "Dependencies" --> "Define Prerequisite Software Components". Here you can delete your dependencies SP1 and you can add dependencies SP16.

      After go to CMS --> "Landscape Configurator" --> press "Change" and "Update CMS". After select your Track and click on tab "Track Data".

      Delete your SC. Afterwards import it again and save your track.

      Best Regards,

      Szabolcs Renyo

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 01:23 PM

    Hi,

    after applying DCs in the right SP (SCA files) within CMS build+deploy was successfully.

    This post do the trick: https://scn.sap.com/thread/1905986

    Thx

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