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How to connect Development Infrastructure thru NWDS ?

Apr 06, 2017 at 06:46 AM

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Hi Expert,

I am new to NWDS environment, I have basis idea on how to connect PO system thru NWDS. As per our KT we have another system called DI(Development Infrastructure)., as per KT provider, its used to developed java code and bpms.

Can any one please clarify me why this DI system is useful?

with given connection string I am not able to connect DI thru NWDS. Is there any other way to connect DI system thru NWDS?

And also please me docs how to see

Thanks,

Chandar

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Szabolcs Renyo
Apr 06, 2017 at 11:14 AM
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Hi Chandar,

You can find some basic information about NWDI via the following wikipage:
https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=7144

The following documentation is not up to date but the main steps are the same:
http://santy.wdfiles.com/local--files/web-dynpro/NWDI_Getting_Started.pdf

From NWDS side you have to connect to the SLD: Open NWDS-->"Window"-->"Preferences"-->"Development Infrastructure"-->"System Landscape Directory". Here you have to provide the URL and I would suggest that use the "ping" button to verify whether the SLD is available or not.

Additionally, you have to add a runtime system to the NWDS also. Go again to "Preferences" and select "SAP AS Java". Here you can add runtime systems.

I hope I could help.

Best Regards,
Szabolcs

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HI Szabolcs,

Thanks for the response, it helps.

Could you please provide me some blogs which explains the flow objects with examples please.

thanks,

Chandar

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Hi Chandar,

I'm glad to hear that I could help.

There are no flow objects in NWDI. I found a blog which can be useful for you:

https://blogs.sap.com/2014/09/22/creating-an-end-to-end-bpm-process-with-pi-service-interface-integration-in-40-easy-steps-nwds-731-and-above/

If it is not relevant I would suggest that ask a new question with the correct primary tag.

Best Regards,
Szabolcs

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