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ZSAPLINK_INSTALLER dump "METHOD_NOT_EXISTING"

Jan 15 at 03:14 PM

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Dear all,

I try to install SAPLink in an HANA 1709.

I have download the daily nugg from the SVN here Assembla

When I start the program ZSAPLINK_INSTALLER with the daily nugg I get a dump. The dump occurs in a standard SAP program :

(here a part of the stack)

METHOD GET_METHOD_INCLUDE CL_OO_CLASSNAME_SE

FORM INSTALLCLASS ZSAPLINK_INSTALLER

the line of code from the program ZSAPLINK_INSTALLER is :

*29a
    methodSourceNode = node->find_from_name( 'source' ).
    if methodSourceNode is not initial.
      includeName = CL_OO_CLASSNAME_SERVICE=>GET_METHOD_INCLUDE(
      methodKey ).
*/29a

the value of methodKey is : "ZSAPLINK_BSP"

in SE24 the class ZSAPLINK_BSP exist, but can't be activated due to an error

"Type ZSAPLINK is unkown"

class ZSAPLINK_BSP definition
  public
  inheriting from ZSAPLINK
  create public .


public section.

Did I have made some error ?

Somebody have an idea ?

best regards

Fred

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Mike Pokraka Jan 15 at 04:33 PM
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You first need to install SAPLink, then you can install the plugins. BSP and the link you pointed to are both part of the plugins collection.

When installing SAPLink, you must also select all objects and activate.

Or you can take it to the next level and install abapGit instead.

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Hi Mike,

and do you have a doc or a wiki to install SAPLink or AbapGit ?

(at the beginning I try to install it from eclipse plugin SAPLink, but I have also an error)

Best regards

Fred

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Get SAPLink from the same place you got the installer, the docs point you here:

https://app.assembla.com/spaces/saplink/subversion/source/HEAD/trunk/build

SAPLink is useful if you want quick and simple local copies, or if you want to work with SLNK/NUGG files.

abapGit is considerably more versatile, can interact directly with GitHub projects without any local files, or can work locally (with human readable source files instead of xml). It has a bit more learning curve, but is also well documented. To install, just copy/paste the source, it's all in one report.

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