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Publish iView error in EP 5.0

When running iView from EP 5.0, after creating iView from within Web Application Designer (WAD), by selecting “Publish -- > As iView file for enterprise portal 5.0”, I am getting the following error.

Component cannot be rendered

Error in SAPApplication component occured

These are the steps I am following while publishing iView from WAD for EP 5.0.

-- > web template Publish -- > As iView file for enterprise portal 5.0 -- > save file locally in C drive.

-- >Portal -- > Portal Admin -- > Import

-- > Import window

select files to import from client/server….--- > I select “client”

file ..browse -

> I select the .ivu file saved in C drive.

Overwrite behavior for existing content .. None/overwrite all ….-- > I select “None”

Click “Import” button.

I greatly appreciate if you let me know any missing steps.

Note : But, for the same web template, it is running fine When I create a iView (Java / .Net iView) directly from within the portal 5.0.

Did any one see this kind of problem?

I appreciate your help.

Thanks in Advance


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    Posted on Apr 05, 2004 at 02:01 PM

    Well, I solved the problem. May be this might help for others.

    earlier it was not working coz,

    our basis people have customized the BW logical system name in "systems.xml" file that is located at IMG -> SAP Web Application Server -> System Administration -> Change & Transport System -> Confugure Clients.. Now, I updated logical system name of iView exactly the same as that appears in the "systems.xml". after this update, all iViews are working fine.



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