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Hosting a Servlet-JSP application onto Portal


I have a scenario where I need to host a pure Servlet-JSP based application onto portal.

This application is not developed using Web Dynpro. It is a pure java based application having two separate URLs for Dev and for Production.

Now I want to give access point to this application via SAP Portal. How can I achieve it?

Thanks and regards,

Amey Mogare

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    Posted on May 21, 2009 at 01:30 PM

    You can use NWDS to make a WAR and add it to an EAR and deploy it to the portal's AS Java. It can then be launched as a URl iView with a relative path eg: /MyWebApp

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    • Former Member Amey Mogare

      Hi Amey,

      Once the application is deployed you can access it using the alias you have specified for the application. I don't see why the host names of the different servers would be an issue. Within the application you could use relative links to links the different JSPs together.

      Yes you could use the same EAR file. You would need to deploy it on the QA and PRD boxes in the same mannar you did for DEV.



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