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Migrate 6.20 Java App to NW04 J2EE in NWDS

We are moving our java apps from WAS 6.20 to NW04(S).

The SAP migration tool is designed for several third party vendors but does not work with SAP 6.20.

We can take the EAR file from 6.20 and use the Deploy/Convert tools to deploy the application to NW04S.

However, we are not sure how to convert the 6.20 Eclipse project to an NW04(S) J2EE project in Netweaver Development Studio.

Has anyone seen a tutorial on this topic?

Cheers ... Bart

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 07:39 AM
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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 12:06 PM

    Hi Thomas,

    Thanks for your post on this topic. We have visited that link that you mentioned. It gives a good overview.

    We have been able to take a 6.20 ear file and use the deploy/convert tools to get the 6.20 java development running on 6.40.

    Our question is more centered around the "Using NWDS" part of that link. We are really looking for a previous example/tutorial of the process of importing a 6.20 project into 6.40 and then doing the manual conversion.

    Thanks again ... Bart

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