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Webpages in xMII 12.0

Hi All,

In xMII 11.5 webpages were saved in folder inetpub .....in 12.0 where are the html pages saved .

From all the guides i could understand that on import or migration from xMII 11.5 to 12.0 it will be taken care by Netweaver AS to put them in the respective folders but there are some constraints on importing the file with underscore as they are supported within IIS but suppose i rename these files then where should I save the files to work with xMII 12.0.

To be more precise how should i work with webpages in xMII 12.0

Best Regards

Namita

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    Posted on May 14, 2008 at 12:33 PM

    Hello Namita,

    You can also create and edit your HTML pages directly into workbenth. With the project set up go to the Web tab and clicking on the folder you want, with the right button you can create a new HTML file. To edit an existing HTML file you should find it in the Web tab and make a double click on the desired file the editor appear to the left of the screen.

    Greetings,

    Marcelo.

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  • Posted on May 14, 2008 at 09:57 AM

    Namita,

    After you create your web page using some HTML editor,

    you have two options:

    1) Using Publish assistant tool which comes with xMII productivity wizards (which you can find in SDN downloads), you have publish your page in the desired location.

    2) You can create a new project->new file under "Web" tab in xMII workbench and directly copy-paste your html code into that file.

    Hope this helps,

    Prasanna

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