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Hi,

There is guide that can explain step by step how to use GenIL ?

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    Posted on Mar 23, 2009 at 06:40 PM

    Hi,

    I suppose the forum is correct, in lack of a better place.

    @Stephen: What about this restructuring of CRM and the poll?

    Concerning your question:

    The GenIL has not changed much, at least not the concept, from CRM 4.0. If you can not get ahold of documentation describing it for CRM 6.0 maybe have a try with the IC WebClient from CRM 4.0 onwards.

    Sadly I do not know of any free available documentation on the GenIL topic. In my opinion it is very different for every BOL component you encounter. When programming BT, BP_APPL or the one for products you will meet different concepts. Creating a new component is another topic.

    In your CRM system there should be a sample provided by SAP for developing a new component. Search for the contents of package CRM_GENIL_SAMPLE. This is how I started out.

    cheers Carsten

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    Posted on Mar 22, 2009 at 09:07 PM

    Hi All,

    If i don't ask this question in the right forum plz let me now where ,

    Thanks

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