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How to make the change code result available on development system

Dear Friends,

I have done the source code changes after check out code from the SLD.

In our SLD, the NWDI is installed on Development system and configured other systems are Training, Quality and Production.

I would like to view the result of changes on development system.

How can I do that?

Do I need to activate the code? or Check in the code?

I do not want to check in the code unless it is confirmed.

Please help me.

Early reply appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Lakshmikanthaiah

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 09:04 AM

    What resources did you look at to find an answer to your question?

    You could start NWDI Resources [original link is broken] [original link is broken].

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    • Former Member Lakshmikanthaiah S

      HiLakshmikanthaiah,

      I assume that you are talking about NWDI stuff, If so I think your questions is, even if you activate your activities, changes are not reflecting in dev system. So first check runtime sys are configured are not, second thing auto deployement enabled or not. If auto deployement enabled and runtime sys are configured then check build log in CBS. It will tell you where is the probelm.

      Regards

      Praveen

  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 10:05 AM

    Dear friends,

    Thanks for effort.

    I have resolved myself.

    Thanks again.

    Kantha

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