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Problem: Development of own Web Forms and deploying them into the portal.


i want to create my own web forms for the Web Page Composer.

Therefore i worked through this SAP HELP

I used the example XML and XSL.

I worked through the configuration for new Web Forms.

But when i want to create a new web form in WPC i get an Null Pointer Exception.

Has anyone else worked through these steps and gets the same error?

The XML and XSL File should be fine, because they come from SAP.

Are there other common mistakes i could have made?

The only thing i can think of is that the description attributes in the XML file cause an error. SAP Help says that these attributes reference a Bundle-File in KM. But in no one of the steps, i needed to create one.

Hope you can help here,


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Marcus Böhm

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 12:02 PM

    Hello Marcus,

    I have the same problem. After creating the XML/XSL files and working throught the configiration I get the Exception too.

    In my oppinion the reference to the bundle file ist the problem. Has anybody located the Bundle file referenced of the other webforms in the configuration?

    Is there howto for creating bundle files?



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