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URGENT: Using JCO on EP6 SP9

Hi All,

sorry for the capitals (I hope I am not breaking etiquette here. I need help big time. We are forced to move quickly to EP6SP9 due to the fact that our current portal is not keeping up to the load that´s been placed on it (among other reasons). We have a lot of custom coded iviews using both JCO connection pooling and even older JCO connections that don´t even have pooling. We would like to do a quick and dirty transition to start with and give ourselves some time to do things properly once we have things up and running. We have imported and exported the iviews in the netweaver developer studio, created the system connection etc. but is there anything else we need to do to make the iviews work? Please reply portal guru´s. I will not be shy with the reward points.


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    Posted on Nov 25, 2004 at 09:53 PM


    You need to check whether the Connection pool specified in the JCO iviews exist after the EP60 SP9. JCO connection is made based on the connection pool specified in the J2EE engine to the corresponding system.

    Hope this helps


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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2004 at 04:00 PM

    Hi Bjorn,

    did you have luck with your move to EP6SP9?

    We have a similar problem while moving a EP5 comp. to EP6SP9 we experienced the following error:

    Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/sapportals/portal/prt/service/landscape/ILandscapeService

    We`re using the simple jco.client connect to pass the logon language and the sysnr. For details of the former system.xml we`re using ILandscapeService.

    Btw. in a EP6SP2P4 the component works fine...

    Maybe you already got some answers or someone else knows something about it...

    Cheers Jens

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