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Is it possible to create Adobe Interactive form in ECC 5.0 IDES using WDA?

Hi every body,

I am trying to create an adobe interactive form in ECC 5.0 IDES using Web Dynpro for ABAP. But I am facing some configuration problems. My doubt here is -> "Is it possible to create abobe interactive forms in ECC 5.0 IDES using Web Dynpro for ABAP ?"

Please help me out.

thanks in advance,

best regards,

naveen.

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 01:30 AM

    Hi Naveen,

    ECC 5.0 is NW04 - not NW04s so you don't have WDA at all as you should be able to see from e.g. it not appearing in the list of possible programming objects in transaction SE80.

    You'd need ECC 6.0.

    Double-check your SAP_BASIS release in menu System > Status > Component Information. If it says 6.40 then that's no good... you need to be on 7.00.

    You can still use Java WebDynpro with ECC 5.0 of course.

    Regards,

    Jocelyn

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 05:04 AM

    Yah Naveen,

    As Jocelyn said, you will not be able firstly work in Web Dynpro ABAP itself.

    When you are able to create Web Dynpro ABAP Applications, then you should be able to create Adobe Interactive forms. That time, you require to configure you Adobe Document Services.

    Regards

    <i><b>Raja Sekhar</b></i>

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