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Problem whit com.sap.csin

Hi, We are development a new search interface (in Java) for the portal, based in the el codesample (SearchIview.java), who is located in SDN sap developed network (www.sdn.sap.com).

We declare and import the service that use in the portal component so that the class loader can find them (htmlb, usermanagement, urlgenerator, knowledgemanagement). But we have a problems in the declare references to other Java portal component packages, because does not recognize com.sap.csin.Utils, pertaining at com.sap.csin classes, references in the default.properties (SharingReference=com.sap.csin). This Packages we can’t find, and that is our problems, because without this package, is impossible to make the process of Compilation.

You know where is this package(com.sap.csin)? Where we can find it? in order to be able to import it.

Please..we need Help !

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  • Posted on Mar 17, 2004 at 10:05 AM

    Hi

    You cannot download this package. However, all this package does is contain a few constants and, so anywhere you see Constants..... You should create your own package with this. There is also a method in the Utils package that simple determines which icon to display based on the ContentType of the file. This can also be done by creating your own Utils class

    The code is meant only as a guideline on how to achieve your own search component

    I hope this helps

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