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Legends for Repository Explorer (NWDS 7.3, Deployment perspective)

Mar 02 at 06:18 AM

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Can anyone can help me to understand legends for components in repository explorer?

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Ervin Szolke
Mar 02 at 08:20 AM
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Hi Pavel,

do you mean something like this ? See attached image

If I remember well, in the same view, there is a "down arrow icon" and that menu has an item to display Legend.

Does this helps ?

Thanks and Regards,

Ervin


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Ervin Szolke
Mar 02 at 08:40 AM
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I mean this "down arrow".


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Pavel Vashkevich Mar 02 at 09:31 AM
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Hi, Ervin! Thanks, but the question is about Deployment Perspective. Please, see attacheddeploy-legends.png


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Hi Pavel,

can you see a similar arrow in the Deploy Perspective ?

Thanks

Ervin

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nwds-arrow.pngI can see arrow but in this context menu I cant see "Legends@ there

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Hi,

Can you please tell me your NWDS version ?

Thanks,

Ervin

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SAP NetWeaver 7.3 SP13 PAT0004

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Hi Pavel,

I cannot find the legend for deploy perspective either , but I know what you are looking for.

All I can do to provide quick help is to explain what is seen on the attachment you asked about (I mean the https://answers.sap.com/storage/attachments/121339-deploy-legends.png )

These are all application project types. The green arrow means it is runnig, the red square that it is stopped. The yellow circle icon means Data Dictionary Project, the Jar icon means Enterprise Java Bean project.

The blue "puzzle" icon means it is a DC from active space (if it was from the inactive space it would be yellow). The blue square with the cog is SC in active space (these are also covered on the screenshot I sent or the first time).

I hope this helps.

Regards,

Ervin

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Hi Ervin,

Can you please get me a link to where I can read more about "green arrow means it is running" and so on?

Regards, Pavel

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