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WDTypeNotFoundException: Failed to load client to connect to SLD

Hi,

I'm using Sneak Preview2 and I implement the Flight Tutorial. But I'm getting the following Exeption:

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WDTypeNotFoundException: type extern:com.sap.test.flights.model.types.FlightsModel:com.sap.test.flights.model.types.Bapisfldst could not be loaded: com.sap.dictionary.runtime.DdException: TypeBroker failed to access SLD: Error while obtaining JCO connection: com.sap.tc.webdynpro.services.exceptions.WDRuntimeException: Failed to load client to connect to SLD. Please check your SLD connection settings using the Visual Admin.

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In the visual admin there is of course no SLD configured in the SLD Data Supplier Service.

Is this a prerequisite to get Adaptive RFC Models running???

Thanks

Stefan

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    Posted on Mar 06, 2004 at 05:47 PM

    Hi Stefan,

    you are right. The SLD has to be configured correctly and has to run to get Adaptive RFC working. If you haven't changed this (i don't know, if this is possible with Sneak Prev II), SLD will be accessible at the standard HTTP url and port http://<serverhost>:50000. You can check, whether the server is running using the web administrator tool at http://<serverhost>:50000/sld. The SLD supplier bridge can also be configured there.

    Adaptive RFC uses predefined symbolic connection names for R/3 access. The connections has to be be "unlocked" using the Web Dynpro Content Administrator at http://<serverhost>:50000/webdynpro/welcome. The passwords of the R/3 accounts will be entered there and are stored in secure storage.

    Maybe one of the SAP girls or guys around here could provide some more detailled documentation for you.

    Hope that helps.

    Regards

    Stefan

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    Posted on Mar 06, 2004 at 06:21 PM

    I read the corresponding pdf in the examples folder and everything works fine...

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