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Problem Creating PAR file with JBuilder

I could not create Par file using JBuilder X free fundation version & Jbuilder 7 SE version with the PDK plugin. The code I am writing is very simple:

package MySAP;

import com.sapportals.portal.prt.component.*;

public class MySAPClass extends AbstractPortalComponent


public void doContent(IPortalComponentRequest request, IPortalComponentResponse response)


response.write("Testing my SAP");



The code is complied fine, the file is

as following:


In Jbuilder, the PDK config is as following:

irj server Name: localhost

irj webapp root: irj

localirj webapp TCP port: 8080

The problem is when I try to create the Par file, the JBuilder by clicking on the PDK icon or choose from menu option Project->PDK: Create a Protal Archive File(.par)

the JBuilder does nothing. If I rename the default properties file, then Jbuilder responded as: "PDK: create a protal archive file(.par)... Wizard not implemented."

Could someone tell me what I did wrong and how to fix it please. Thanks.


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    Posted on Jul 22, 2004 at 12:54 AM

    The plugins for JBuilder only worked on JB 5 as far as I can recall. In any case, the plugins for JBuilder are no longer supported (I think). If you want plugin support, please use Eclipse or the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio (based on Eclipse 2.1). If you don't need plugin support, then you can use the Ant build scripts that are supplied with the PDK.

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