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WAS 6.30 - First Web Dynpro application

Hi,

I have just installed the Evaluation Version of WAS6.30 with the NetWeaver Developer Studio and I'm trying to go through the first tutorial, the WelcomeApplication. I can create the application, build the project without problems but when it comes to deploying and running the application the browser starts and I can not see anything. There is an error on the page:

Line: 63

Char: 303

Error: Invalid argument

Code: 0

URL: http://a113972:50000/webdynpro/dispatcher/local/Welcome/WelcomeApplication

The dispatcher, the J2EE engine and the SDM are running and I have the following settings in Preferences:

<<SAP J2EE Engine>>

Remote Installation (unchecked) - a113972 / 3601

Local Installation (checked) - C11 / 0 / 1

<<Software Deployment Manager>>

localhost / 50018 and successful connection test

I have also installed the MS Loopback Adapter with the suggested settings, and made sure that my hosts file does have an entry with the following:

10.10.0.10 a113972

I would appreciate if someone could point out what else is missing.

Thank you,

Gabor

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2003 at 08:27 PM

    I'm sorry, I forgot to mention that http://a113972:50000 works, it comes back with the J2EE start page.

    Also, just out of curiousity I downloaded the WelcomeApplication tutorial (WebDynproFirst.zip) and opened it as a new project, rebuilt it, deployed it and everything is OK. So, what did I miss when I built the project step by step based on the Developers' Guide?

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Gabor

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2003 at 01:35 PM

    Hello Gabor,

    it is difficult to know what went wrong without looking at the code. Sometimes a blank in the jsp code can screw things up without to get any message from the compiler. You may want to check this?

    Cheers

    Ivo

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