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New JCo names are not listing in WB Content Administrator

Dear Friends,

I have deployed my WebDynpro application on a landscape where the production system got 4 server services running.

Initially the WD application was using the existing JCo connections. But on the latest deploy I have to use new JCo connections and I made changes.

Problem is, these new JCo connection names are not appearing in WebDynpro Content Administrator and still it displays old JCo connections.

This problem exists with global WD Content Admin. URL as well as with individual server url, except in one server instance where JCos yet to be created.

But when I execute the application with global URL, it is working fine.

Intent is to create and use my new JCo connections for the application which are not listing in WB Content Admin.

Is it require to restart the server services?

Is it possible to solve this problem without restarting the services?

Is there any other way to resolve this problem?

Thanks in advance.

Lakshmikantha

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2009 at 10:18 AM

    Hi,

    Restart your J2EE Server

    Best Regards

    Ravi

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  • Posted on Mar 16, 2009 at 10:53 AM

    Hey sorry all.

    The application is not working with Global URL.

    It gives JCo connection error with old JCo names.

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2009 at 10:31 AM

    Hi Lakshmikanth,

    Probably your application properties are not changed still.

    Did you try here?

    right click on Project -> select properties -> Web Dynpro References -> JCO references

    If you have old JCOs delete them.Even if you don't find anything then also you can add your new JCOs.

    And deploy your application. Now check in WebDynpro Content Administrator. Now you can create the JCOs.

    Regards,

    Siva

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    • Sorry I can't approach to restart the j2ee service at this movement.

      And the application got new JCo name at it's JCO refrences.

      Infact the application is working fine with new JCos on development and quality systems.

      Problem exists only on production system where it got 4 server instances.

      Any hope without restarting services?

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