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understanding Software Components (SCs)

I'm slowly getting a handle on configuring and putting a JDI into practice. What I don't understand is the concept of assigning SC's to a track. I have created a development track, and can import it into NWDS. We have 2 basic J2EE Web Dynpro projects going on that are going to enhance functionality of an SAP SD module process. How do I know which SC to assign, or how to go about finding it in the list of 3000+ of them?

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    Posted on Aug 01, 2006 at 01:49 PM

    First of all: You can only modify SAP components if you have the source code for them. If you do, the SCA that contains this source code can tell you the name of its SC.

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    Posted on Aug 01, 2006 at 01:57 PM

    We aren't modifying existing SAP objects. We're building Web dynrpos that will basically replace some of the heavily used SAP GUI transactions to better tailor the front end experience.

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      Maybe it will be helpful if you consider SCs as "Shipping units". It's the way SAP delivers software to customers and it is also the way that you can deliver your software/products. It is basically a container that says "We will ship these (development) components together".

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