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Importing Mobile Sales Online source files in the DTR

Hi!

I'm about modifying the xApp Mobile Sales Online Application.

I'm using NW04s, have already deployed the MSOn (MBAMSO03_0-10002892.sca) and connected the DevStudio to the DTR. I'm using the Enhancement Guide.

How can I import the source files of the Mobile Sales Online in the DTR and where do I get these files?

Regards,

farid

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2007 at 12:34 PM

    Hi Farid,

    I'm not familiar with that SCA, but you need to have JDI/NWDI installed. Then you check-in and import the SCA into CMS (instead of or in addition to deployment). The sources are usually part of the SCA and are imported into DTR via CMS. You can check if you open the SCA using a Zip utility, sources are contained in a single, usually large, file with .sc suffix in a SOURCEARCHIVES folder (probably named DTRBAMSO.sc)

    Regards,

    Marc

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 03:06 PM

    Hi Marc,

    thanks for the reply. I've found the files you have described but I still have problems importing those files because of the DTR. I've created a new thread...

    kind regards,

    Farid Fadavi

    PSS. I just recieved a mail from someone (Uma...). Could this person please send that message once again. Thanks!

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