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How we Export Models in Visual Compser(VC 6.0)

Hi all

I am facing 2 problems , pls help me I will rewards u Points

(1) I have create a Model , Now i want to save this Model in

Client Computer(not server). I have read a PDF file , in which we can

do this by Exporting and solution is Model - Export. and after then click on export.

But in my Computer there is no option Model - Export.

Model appears in Main menu bar but Export and Import options are not displaying and i ma using VC 6.0. Tell me there is any options available in VC 6.0 or not and give me solutions.

(2) How we create systems in Enterprise Portals, so that i can access Back-end systems like SAP-R/3 system,BI .

Surely i will rewards u points

Thanks & regards

Naresh Kumar

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 06:29 PM

    ad 1) In the portal catalog under the visual composer folder (?) you can find all models and application files. You can just transport the files like any other iView in Portal

    A similar example is described in detail for downporting:

    https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/VC/DownportingaVisualComposermodel

    ad 2) https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/VC/Setup+connections

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 12:31 PM

    Hi Naresh,

    (1) I can see these options on VC 7.0,but not sure about ur case.

    Is VC properly installed ,and can u access it properly?Pls try the

    Wiki section here on sdn

    (2)Try this link, it gives step by step procedure.

    <a href="/people/arunkumar.sampathkumar/blog/2006/09/07/configuring-ep-for-connecting-to-sap-r3 and EP</a>

    Hope this helps

    Regards

    Vineeth

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