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Hi Everyone,

Would anyone clarify me, when exactly we create or make use of Standalone Java and WEB AS Java Technical Systems in SLD, and difference between the two applications.

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Varun Reddy.K

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:06 AM

    Hi Varun

    Standalone Java means the java application that are on local machin which you are using in your scenario like any java class & others

    and WEB AS Java Technical Systems in SLD means you have to connect with any other legacy system using web ..using webservice , SOAP ..and othes....

    Thanks !!!

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 08:51 AM

    Standalone Java technical systems are standalone Java applications that are installed on local machines.

    Web AS Java systems are Java server with one or more instances. e.g. a portals server

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    Prateek

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:01 AM

    Varun

    Using Java Web Start technology, standalone Java software applications can be deployed with a single click over the network.

    Java Web Start ensures the most current version of the application will be deployed, as well as the correct version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).

    Vishal

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:20 AM

    Hi Varun

    Standalone Java Application means The java program which can be executed or served to more than one person and does not follow client/server architecture of distributed computing

    and also can not handle http enables application.

    WEB as Java Technical system is based on client/server architecture and one application can be hosted on one web server and can be accessed be thousands of user at a time.

    <b>****rewrd point if it help u understand</b>

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:10 AM

    Hi,

    Technical systems are application systems that are installed in your system landscape (a CRM server, for example). You can manage data about these application systems by using the landscape description of the SLD. Most systems (Web AS ABAP and Web AS Java

    systems) automatically report information to the SLD about the elements that they contain by using the SLD data supplier programs. You need to manually register the following types of system only:

    • Standalone Java systems

    • Third-party systems

    To manually register these systems – and if you want to maintain additional data about

    automatically registered systems – you use the technical system browser.

    Registering Standalone Java Systems

    Whereas SAP systems handle business processes by using a highly developed client system,

    most applications run as separate systems. These systems are called standalone systems.

    Prerequisites

    • You have the user role LcrInstanceWriterLD.

    • You have navigated to the Technical System Browser.

    Procedure

    ...

    1. Choose New Technical System... .

    The browser displays the screen Technical System Wizard in a separate window.

    2. Select Standalone Java, and then choose Next.

    The browser displays the screen for registering an SAP standalone Java system.

    3. Enter the technical system identification and the system host name.

    The technical system identification is a unique system ID.

    The system host name specifies the host where the application runs.

    4. Choose Finish.

    The SLD server has now registered the standalone Java system.

    Web As Java config :

    Maintaining Additional Data About Web AS Java Systems

    Web AS Java systems that are installed in your system landscape automatically report

    information about the elements that they contain by using the SLD data supplier programs.

    However, some data is not automatically reported; you have to maintain this data manually.

    Examples of this data are the administrative contact (e-mail address) and the JCo

    destinations. This procedure explains how to add a JCo destination.

    Prerequisites

    You have navigated to the Technical System Browser (by choosing Technical Landscape on

    the initial screen of the SLD).

    Procedure

    1. In the drop-down list Technical System Type, select Web AS Java.

    The browser displays a list of all the Web AS Java systems that have been registered

    in the SLD.

    2. Select the system to which you want to add JCo destinations by clicking the system in

    the Name column.

    The browser displays the detail view of the relevant system.

    3. Under JCo Destinations, choose Add.

    4. Enter the relevant data in the fields and choose Save.

    On the detail screen, you can also enter a description of the Web AS Java system and the name of the system administrator.

    hope this will help you in all extend.

    Regards

    Aashish Sinha

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