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handling java web dynpro with abap web dynpro in ECC6 - no java stack

we are upgrading our systems from 4.7 to ECC 6 with out the JAVA stack. How can we handle the existing java Web Dynpro applications/components with abap web dynpro in the upgraded systems.Can any one suggest a detailed step by step procedure to be followed?

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madhu

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  • Sep 29, 2010 at 12:38 PM

    >How can we handle

    What do you mean "handle" Do you want to run the Web Dynpro Java applications? If so you will need a Java application server somewhere in your landscape. Do you want to convert these applications to Web Dynpro ABAP? The two architectures are simliar, but at their heart have some different concepts (the model concept and how data is accessed) plus completely different implementations. You can't just perform an automatic migration between WDJ and WDA or vise versa. Applications have to be rebuilt by hand to migrate between the two.

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    • For your questions about release levels and what stacks are contained in them - these aren't appropriate for the Web Dynpro ABAP forum. The one aspect that is centered on Web Dynpro is the conversion from Web Dynpro Java to Web Dynpro ABAP. I have already answered that aspect earlier in this thread.