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Reading Configuration Adapter

Hi,

I have created a configuration in the Configutaion Adapter(In Visual Administrator Server -> Services -> Configuration Adapter) and i would like to read the values that have been set under that configuration.

I read the sample in the NDS help for connection to Configuration Manager. However i am unable to read my Configuration using the said method.

Would anyone know how we can do this.

Also what is the way we can use the services that are listed in Visual Administrator Server -> Services. For eg

if i have to use the SLD service how do i go about finding the appropriate JAR files and then use the API's.

Thanks and Regards

Sidharth

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    Former Member
    Oct 20, 2004 at 09:55 AM

    Hi,

    I think an application can access its own configuration tree only - that is, you cannot create a configuration and then access it from an external application.

    As for the services of the J2EE Engine, they are generally not meant to provide specific APIs that are relevant for application development. You should use the functions provided by the service itself.

    You can find an overview about what each service does, as well as links to more detailed documentation at http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/61/e176cb3fd64848966ecb58f8eecba2/frameset.htm.

    Hope this helps,

    Zornitsa

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      that would solve the problem with the mail provider.

      But is it not possible to read the entries of the configuration adapter in my sourcecode (e.g. in an ejb)?!?

      I have the same problem that I want to read some value-entry I have made in the configuration adapter of the

      visual administrator, but I don't know how to access

      the data stored there. Is there any API to do that?

      Any ideas?

      Best regards & thanks in advance,

      Edgar