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Jul 22, 2010 at 06:34 AM

Developing NWDI DCs in Local Development

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Hi All,

In our project we have Onsite Offshore Model. Onsite we have NWDI access but offshore we dont have it. Onsite team developed few applications Webdynpro Java as well as PDK. Further development we wanted to do in offshore of same projects and after full development we need to move it back to Onsite and deploy. Is it possible to work on the same DCs in local development and again deploy it back in NWDI Onsite.

I tried following steps:-

1. I copied the DC from local workspace in Onsite (NWDI). These dcs have some specific vendor name and name space.

2. In offshore in NWDS created a DC with same vendor name but I was not able to put the namespace as its local development and copy pasted the src folder from already developed DC to this new DC.

3. Reload+ Rebuid.

4. All Components, views, application got generated without any design time errors.

5. Deployed this DC.

6. Got exception :-

com.sap.tc.webdynpro.services.exceptions.WDRuntimeException: Failed to create delegate for component <Component Name>. (Hint: Is the corresponding DC deployed correctly? Does the DC contain the component?)

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Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: <Component Name>

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Loader Info -


ClassLoader name: [<package name>/<DC name>]

Parent loader name: [Frame ClassLoader]

It may happen that in Onsite they have added some references I mean used DCs. But here thats not required. I am not getting whether this is because of that or anything else.

Is there any way to find out any references are added or not.

Also am I following the right steps or is there any other way.

Thanks & Regards,

Swati Gaur