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JSP page location

Hi,

Does anyone know if it is possible to put a single jsp page, all by itself, in an EP6 portal? Only utilizing the sap j2ee engine, not going through the portal runtime as a "project".

If so, where on the (Unix) file system should the jsp page be placed and what would be the url to access it?

Thanks,

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    Posted on May 23, 2004 at 03:01 PM

    The SAP J2EE Engine acts as a regular servlet/jsp container. You can deploy web-applications into it using the Deploy Tool (which you will find under /usr/sap/<system-name>/j2ee/j2ee_<instance number>/deploying).

    Applications deployed using the deploy-tool can have nothing to do with the portal, and can run outside the /irj context.

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      By default the context root is the \usr\sap\EPXX\j2ee\j2ee_01\docs folder, and you can add jsp files directly here and then access them through http://<servername>/<jspname>.

      But it's better to deploy a new application

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    Posted on May 27, 2004 at 03:00 PM

    Thanks for your replies, guys. I got it to work.

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