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How can i create a simple netweaver portal page that shows text and images?


i have a simple question or maybe it's not so simple.

I am completly new to SAP Netweaver 2004s Portal. At the moment i'm trying to understand the struture of the whole thing. I already know how to create roles, worksets and pages and i know how to combine the different elements so a user can acces them.

And now i want to create a simple portal page that shows text and images. Is it possible to create such a simple page with the portal content studio? What iView do i have to use?

(I just want to create a start page with a welcome text on it.)

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2006 at 04:51 AM


    Considering that you would any ways go ahead with complex development from this simple start page I recommend create a Web dynpro Iview for your start page (include the Iview in your page).

    For putting the contents use Netweaver Developer studio to build a simple start page application and put your static text on that Iview.

    Please go through the following log after your NWDS development is over - This will make you comfortable for further challenging work.

    Do reward points if this helps and let me know of you want anything more.

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      Ah ok,

      thanks for the answer. It seems that i have to learn the complex things first before i can create such a page. I thought there must be a standard iView for displaying text and images.

      So, how can a content manger that is not trained in using the visual composer and the netweaver developer studio provide simple content like text pages and images?

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