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Where to find deployed application?

Hello, I am new to SAP Portal.

I installed a complete test environment, EP Portal 6 SP6.

Added also PDK 6.0.6. This one seems to run.

I used Netweaver Developer Studio to create and deploy

a very simple Portal application.

It says deployment on server was successful, but I cannot find the application in the portal.

I logged in as Super Admin and expected the application

in Content-Administration/ Portal-Content section

but I cannot recognize how to add the application to

the portal. Could someone please give me a hint

- how to do this or

- describe where to find a description of this

- if I need additional roles to do this

- if I did something wrong

thanks a lot

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2004 at 04:41 PM


    if the deployment was successful, this means, that the PAR file could be successfully uploaded to the portal server and stored there.

    In the portal content, you will only find "real" content objects: iviews, pages, roles and the like. In order to make your component appear there, you will have to create a new iView based on your PAR file. Simply right click in the portal content studio and select "new --> from portal archive". Then select the corrent archive (it's named just like the par file you created in NW Developer Studio without the suffix ".par").

    Alternatively, use the Component Starter in the Java Development role. This will list all deployed components (read: "PAR files") and allow you to start them immediately for testing without having to create iViews for them.



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