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Customize ESS..NWDI info reqd.

Hello All,

I am using EP 7.0 with ECC 6.0 and ESS 1.0.

The applications are working fine. now i want to customize some of the applications say..Bank Info.

I searched the forum and found it can be done using NWDI. I am aware of NWDS but not NWDI.

will request someone to update me on this.

If this required some seperate installation, what all files need to be downloaded and from where?

And how to open the package ESS 1.0 in it to customize it.

regards

Justin

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 09:00 AM

    Hi Justin,

    Brief info about NWDI http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAP_Netweaver_Development_Infrastructure_(NWDI) for more go through this forum NWDI

    You need to install NWDI separately for this you need download the files from SAP marketplace matching to your version.I think you can get the required .SCA files from SAP market place.

    Then you need to create tracks and compartments. Open Development Infrastructure perspective.Then you are able to create a project from your ESS track into your NWDS(For this you need to create an activity). And then do the modifications you want. Then Check-in, Activate and transport the activity to the server.

    regards,

    Siva

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    • You can let this be done by the NWDI.

      The Admin has to enter the SDM password and the necessary URL in the NWDI.

      There is a workflow of approval possible through NWDI Roles.

      Be warned that if you connect the NWDI to the Portal, that this component (e.g. ESS) in NWDI will then be deployed in the Portal and all future updates need to be done through the NWDI. This will be shown in the System infos; the ESS Component will have the Instance No of the NWDI instead of "SAP".

      You could also just give the EAR File to you Admin and he/she will delpoy it for you.

      Regards,

      Kai

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