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WebDynpro_FlightList --> SLD Configuration

HI I'm checking the examples of SAP 6.40 sneak preview.

I have imported the WebDynpro_FlightList example,

but it requires extra configuration of SDL.

I have checked via VA SLD Data Supplier,

but I have no idea about the parameter to insert.

<b>...Select the CIM Client Generation Settings and insert the necessary HTTP connection parameters in order to establish a connection to the SLD...</b>

What sould I type here ?

I have the sneak preview 6.40 running on my laptop...

Thanks in Advance

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2004 at 01:16 PM

    Thanks for the support.

    I followed your suggestions,

    amd now I can see via WebDynpro Content Administrator

    the application <b>local/TutWD_FlightList</b> and the JCO Destination in green <b>WD_FLIGHTLIST_MODELDATA_DEST</b>, and in red WD_FLIGHTLIST_RFC_METADATA_DEST.

    If I try the <b>Test</b> button,

    I have an error saying <b>sysnr is missing</b> ...

    Actually I'm not able to set this value anywhere...

    When I try the Wizard for create a new JCO Connection,

    I follow the procedue step by step,

    but when I arrive to the point 4.2 the combo Message Server is always blank ... and if I go further,

    I have a final configuration without System ID set.

    Also the green JCO Connection has a blank System ID in the section Application Server...

    How can I set it ?

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    • Hi,

      If you want to change only the JCO Destinations that your model refers to, then its very much possible to change their names.

      But if the model stucture has got changed , then you should reimport that.

      I guess, trying out the following steps for changing the names will work out for you.

      Please add the View Properties.

      1) For Medata Dest--

      a) Click on the local disctionary stucture that has been generated by importing the model.

      b) Click on the properties tab on the bottom right corner.There you shoulb be able to change the Metadata dest name.

      2) For Application data Dest-

      a) Right Click on model classes (model_Input & model_output) & then click EDIT.

      b) Same Way, on the bottom right corner , Change whichever proerty you want to alter inlcuding the Dest Name.

      In this way, you can maintain unique JCO references for all the models you are using in your project.

      ReBudild & Redploy the entire project . Create the New JCOs Destinations in the content Admin & happily run your application.


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    Posted on Nov 17, 2004 at 04:02 PM

    I have found the documentation about it ...


    I have to admit,

    that this matter is really complex, and it goes further my expectations.

    I just wanted to test a WebDynpro application connected to a real R3 system.

    I think that I will need some time in order to understand the whole matter, but it would be nice if someone could help me in order to run the example.

    I tryed some configuration in my

    SLD environment http://localhost:50000/sld/index.jsp,

    and it seems to work.

    I also checked the WebDynpro console http://pedroxp:50000/webdynpro/welcome/Welcome.jsp

    and it seems ok.

    But when I deploy the example, I got an error : type could not be loaded: TypeBroker failed to access SLD: Error while obtaining JCO connection: Failed to resolve JCOClient name WD_FLIGHTLIST_RFC_METADATA_DEST. <b>No such JCO destination is defined in the SLD</b>

    Could someone help me ?

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2004 at 08:40 AM


    from my point of view you have to configure the needed JCo destinations using the Web Dynpro Content Administrator. You can find a really detailed documentation about that here in the SDN.

    Hope that helps.



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