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Expertise on NWDI

We have a project in which custom development on the NWDI (Net weaver NW04) is currently going on. It uses a a lot of Java (EJB's) & web Dynpro framework & concepts plus NWDS. We require onsite help on the same asap.


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Harsh Kumar(,

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    May 05, 2006 at 06:10 AM


    Would be great if you tell in more post the areas and the problem's you are facing ?



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      We require more people to work on the project as expert resources.

      To answer your specific query , some of the problems are mentioned below which have also been raised as OSS messages

      "We are facing problem in deploying EJBs.

      The scenario are:

      1) The deployment occasionally causes the server to reboot

      The average number of entities in the EAR file is 40

      2) Even after succesfull deployment sometimes the entiy bean are not

      found in lookup i.e. they dont get deployed.

      3) Sometime a deployed web service stops working and throws exception

      when executed in the wsnavigator

      The current version of NWDS,JDI,Server is SP16."


      "When we try to create java dictionary object in a Development Component

      which has been checked in and checked out, we get a warning - Could not

      connect to the name server.On proceeding with this warning, we get the

      same error which we got earlier as warning and the new table that is

      created does not get attached to the activity automatically. We tried

      attaching it explicitly to an activity by option DTR>Add. But still, we

      continue getting the same error.

      We have not configured any name server as the same has documented as

      optional in the server installation document.