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Components not created after created the project from Inative DC.


My project has been added to DTR and I have add this to Activity and did checkin. In another system I have created this project from inactive objects. Project has been created successfully but I dont see any Webdynpro Components , iviews under the project.

What could be the problem.

Thanks Sowmya

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 01:17 PM

    HI Sowmya,

    If I understand properly, you have created a webdynpro DC which includes some views where you maintain your layout of this webdynpro. You have checked it into the DTR, and then synced down the DCs into an other NWDS and when it was done you have created a project for this DC, and it seems now that the project includes a DC which has non expandable Applications and WD Component nodes? Could you please go to the DTR webui and doublecheck whether the corresponding files are available there? Most likely you did not include all the necessary resources into the activity in question. For this use the Activity search of the DTR webui and look up the activity in question. Then switch to "Technical View" (there's a button in the toolbar of the dtr webui for it) and check the details of this activity to understand what files are assigned to it.

    I am also wondering. Did you add certain resources "manually" in the DTR perspective and then explicitly assigned to a "manually" created activity? If yes, I am wondering why not just created the DC and then the system should offer automatically to create an activity (a popup should come automatically) and it should take care of which resources to include into this activity.

    I hope this helps.

    Best Regards,


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