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Reverse Engineering of iViews with PDK .NET

Hello!

I am currently using SAP EP 6.0 along with PDK .NET which both work just fine. I am able to build portal components and deploy them as par files onto the portal.

I wonder if it is possible with the PDK.NET (or some other tools / plugins) to do some kind of reverse engineering - say given an usual iView, let's say from a

business package, to export it to a par file and then

generate a portal component from it.

Is the reverse engineering generally possible / intended by SAP or not?

I would highly appreciate any help or suggestions respective to this topic.

Best regards,

Edgar Stoffel

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2004 at 11:00 AM

    Reverse engineering iViews is technically possible. But you would have to do this on a java technology basis rather then .NET since most (or nearly all) iViews containig "hand-made" code are written in java.

    Though it is possible, I doubt that it is intended by SAP.

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      Thanks again!

      Well, it was rather a general question for knowing the entire possibilities.

      It might be helpful in adjusting predefined iviews to the needs of the company, e.g. some i views in business packages which may be needed to be specialized in order to meet the company's requirements.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2004 at 06:30 AM

    Hi,

    Did you run .NET iviews on SAP EP 6.0 SP4 or EP 6.0 SP 6 ?

    Can we run PDK .NET on EP6.0 SP4 ?

    regards,

    sreeram

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