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SAP ISA Java development

Hi ,

I m new to SAP ISA java development. I m experienced in Java and Java wedynpro development. I m even experienced on struts frame work.

I would like to setup development environment for ISA . I have read SAP E-Commerce 5.0 Examples and Tutorials, what i don't understand is how to get sample b2b application and where i can the application?

Please let me know or provide me with some application of ISA where i can learn basics.

Regards,

Ravi.

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    Posted on May 12, 2011 at 06:25 AM

    You can get the SAP CRM java application from SAP CRM installation media,

    or download from SAP service marketplace.

    I think you can find the info in the Development and Extension Guide

    The components

    x SAP-SHRWEB.sca

    x SAP-SHRAPP.sca

    x SAP-CRMWEB.sca and

    x SAP-CRMAPP.sca

    are designed to be modified and extended in the NWDI. They contain the web files for the E-Commerce

    Applications, the IPC Web Applications and the Workforce Management Applications.

    For E-Commerce for mySAP ERP

    x SAP-SHRWEB.sca

    x SAP-SHRAPP.sca

    are designed to be modified.

    If you plan to extend database tables you can modify the component

    x SAP-CRMDIC.sca,

    in the NWDI as well.

    The components

    x sap.com~STRUTS.sca

    x sap.com~SAP-IPCMSA.sca

    x sap.com~SAP-CRMJAV.sca

    x sap.com~SAP-SHRJAV.sca

    x TEALEAF.sca

    are designed not to be extended or modified in the NWDI. They are required for compiling and building the

    applications.

    After you delpoy the SCAs to AS Java, and configure it with XCM, you can login the web shop.

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