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use of ta track for an adapter module

Hi all,

can we use a track to create an adapter module ? If yes, what is the add-on by using a track ?

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 11:37 AM

    There's nothing special when building an adaptermodule in a track. You only have to make sure to put all required XI jars into an External Library DC in order to be able to compile your EAR and EJB Module DCs.

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      Hi,

      The External Library DC containing the jar files is declared as public part and made use of as 'Used DC' in the project. The activity(ies) created while creating the DCs must be available in the 'Open Activity'. Once the DC build goes successful, then you can check-in those open activities. Subsequently the activities are activated (deployed) in the central development system. After activation, you will see them in the 'Transport View', where you can release them. Here ends the task of developer.

      On releasing, they will be queued up in the Cons stage of CMS and ready for import. After assembly, they will be imported into Test and Prd systems. These actions are taken care by CMS administrator.

      Regards

      Srinivasan T

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 10:24 AM

    Hi,

    The following blog and how to guide might give a lead,

    /people/jayakrishnan.nair/blog/2006/07/24/building-your-xi-environments

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/f85ff411-0d01-0010-0096-ba14e5db6306

    Regards

    Srinivasan T

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