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Error on Quick PAR upload for JSPDynPage

Hi All,

I have created a simple JSPDynpage and when i tyr to do Quick PAR upload an error is popping up saying "Operation Failed: Please make sure the server <Server name> is running or check the log "sap-plugin.log".

and also when i try to Run from portalapp.xml , it gives a "Portal Runtime Exceptioin error and chk the log"

I had given correct informatin for server settings and also when i check the log there isnt any appropriate message about the error.

Need your help to resolve this issue.

Thanks,

NR

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:10 AM

    Hi,

    Go to Windows -> Customize Perspective -> Others -> Portal Actions. Check if it is selected. If not, make it checked and close the studio. Open and try to deploy. If that also doesn't work, check deploying using export option. Right click project -> Export -> Par file -> Select ur proj par -> Check both boxes for build and deploy. Provide password. Click ok. Now check using run.

    Regards,

    Harini S

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      Hi,

      The submit action has to handled by some servlet for JSP. But here the JSP's action should be handled by JSPDynPage which doesn't have the form's id to process it. So though you want to create html content, keep the first 3 hbj form tags and create content inside it. I think that should be the problem. Why not create content using hbj tags? That will work. Check on help documentation. For moving from one jsp to other, check these links.

      bean-usage-in-jspdynpage

      jspdynpage-portalappxml

      Regards,

      Harini S

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