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TutWD_FlightList_Init issues

Hi Guru,

My questions are:

1. how to create the jco connection in the content

administrator. I am unable to follow the instruction in the document, such as "3. Select the Browse tab and navigate to the application node local->TutWD_FlightList_Init->Applications->FlightListApp" and then "4. Choose the JCO Connections tab". When I login to WebDynpro Content Administrator, I cannot find such as access path. Is there I am doing anything wrong or the document is wrong?

2. When I try to create model for this example, what are appropriate data for logging on to the SAP system? I also have miniWAS installed on the same pc. Should I put loggin info for the use BCUSER to the SAP system?

Thanks for your help,

Bo

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    Former Member
    Aug 17, 2004 at 09:55 PM

    Hi Bo

    Once you finish your SLD Configurations, you need to restart the application server. Then log on to WebDynpro Content Administrator and click on maintain JCO connections.

    You can see two default connections

    1. WD_MODELDATA_DEST,

    2. WD_RFC_METADATA_DEST,

    You can configure these JCO connections and use the same in your webdynpro.

    When you create a Model you need to give basic validation step like uid/password,system id,client etc.

    Regards

    NagaKishore V

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    • Former Member

      Hi NagaKishore,

      Thanks you for your quick reply. I am not to sure what your mean by SLD configuration at here. Actually, I alredy finished the SLD configuration and also restart the application server before import the project. But when i login to the webdynpro content administrator, I don't see any default connctions. Would you able to provided more detail information about SLD configuration and JCO connection?

      Thanks,

      Bo

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    Former Member
    Aug 17, 2004 at 11:37 PM

    Are you able to find the Maintain JCO Destinations button once you logged into Content Administrator?

    If you cant view this then you must not be using an Administrator account

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    • Former Member

      Hi Pran,

      Thanks for you reply. If I am not using Administrator account to login to Webdynpro content administrator how can i see the maintain JCO destinations button? Is there any other account I can use to login to content administrator?

      Regards,

      Bo