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Report Launchpad in Portal. BP for ISR 1.41

Hi Experts,

I've just installed in the "Business Packages for Internal Sales Representative 1.41" and carried out the necessary configuration. Everything seems to be working except the Report Launchpad. When I click on "Analytics" I get the following error.

com.sapportals.portal.prt.runtime.PortalRuntimeException: Failed in WD JNDI lookup. javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: No child found in WebDynproContext with name mss~lpa

mss~lpa is the report launchpad that comes with ERP Common Parts 1.41 and I can see that it exists in the Portal Content Directory.

Do you have any idea how I can get this working?

Kind regards,

Andrew

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2010 at 12:38 PM

    Hi Andrew

    Thats because the Iview is a Web dynpro for Java Iview. And it wants to call the Web dynpro application mss~lpa application.

    So, that means that you have to deploy the MSS business package with the (pcui package also). Setup jco connections etc...and see if that helps.

    However, interesting enough there is a launchpad iview for ABAP, where you can call the Launchpad directly from backend.

    Se for example the business package for Quality Inspection ENH3, here they instead uses an webdynpro for ABAP Iview for the launchpad(com.sap.pct.erp.common.lpd_application).

    I am curreently trying to figure out how i can get it(business package for internal sales rep.) to use the web dynpro for ABAP Iview instead of the Java Iview which apperently needs the business package for MSS. And It all boils down to configuring the launchpad in the backend...which is not at all documentet as i have experienced it(if you find any doc...please forward).

    Also remember to deploy the business package for Common components or business the common package .

    Regards CC

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