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How to build a small application using Java API

Hai expertise,

I want to retreive MDM repository info using JAVA API, i am following these blogs:

/people/andreas.seifried/blog/2006/03/26/performing-free-form-searches-with-mdm-java-api

/people/udi.katz/blog/2005/08/21/retrieving-data-from-mdm-server-using-the-mdm-java-api

/people/udi.katz/blog/2005/07/17/mdm-connectivity-to-java-application

<b>where to get the jar and sda files to build the application??

In Developer Studio.. Windows -> Preferences -> Java -> Classpath variables. Is this the only place where we need to give the jar file path??

Are there any other configurations to do(except setting container variable to MDM4J jar file) to connect my java application to MDM repository???</b>

Regards,

Chand.

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2007 at 12:16 PM

    Can anybody send me MDM4J.jar file for MDM5.5 SP4 version???

    its urgent...

    please send if u have it through b.fedrick@gmail.com.

    Regards,

    chand.

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2007 at 04:14 PM

    Hi Govada,

    (1)You need to add the MDM4j and other JAR files at:-

    right click on project -> Java Build Path -> Libraries -> Add External JARs

    (2)If the project is Web Dynpro project one

    then right click on project -> Web Dynpro Reference -> Library Reference -> and add sap.com/com.sap.mdm.tech.mdm4j

    Are you using JAVA API 1 or 2???

    Thanking you

    Namrata Dixit

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 09:28 AM

    can you please send me mdm4j.jar file.

    Also please help me step by step procedure

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