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ECC - E-COMMERC XCM settings

Hi ALL,

I have a scenario where i have to work on ECC 6.0 -E-COMMERCE, when i try to configure XCM setting for web shop by using the fallowing "URL:http://ecc6.0.sap.com:50000/shopadmin/admin/xcm/init.do."

i am not able to log on into j2ee_engine . system throughs the fallowing error:

"

404 Not Found

The requested resource does not exit.

Details Go to __main page__ of this application."

so do i need to install any extra Java components in order to activate XCM setting since i am using both JAVA and ABAP stag. they are working fine.

Hence i request you all ,could any one help me in this regards and send me the fallowing documents

which would helps me in configuring the E-commence in ECC6.0

i would appreciate you help.

thanking you

Regards

Edited by: spasubilli somravi on Dec 19, 2008 5:33 PM

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 09:30 PM

    Hello SS,

    The J2EE server is just telling that it is clueless (404) about the shopadmin application. There are just two possibilities (or may be three)

    1. shopadmin application is not activated or

    2. shopadmin application is not deployed at all

    3. Did you say you were not able to logon to J2EE server? You must use J2EE administrator user id and password or any user who is added to the administrator user group in the J2EE server. By design (security) all the Web Channel application URLs that have the pattern /admin are protected - and need administrator level authentication. But if you had failed in authorization, that would have given Authorization Error. So, your issue may be due to any of the first two reasons.

    Easwar Ram

    http://www.parxlns.com

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  • Posted on Dec 30, 2008 at 06:35 PM

    You need to deploy all the SCA files.

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