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eclipse Wizard and HTMLB jars

Hello,

are there any Wizards for creating a JSP-Dyppage in the EP6 eclipse plugin (using 1.2) like in the EP5 plugin?

And, how do I get the HTMLB jars or do I have to copy them from WAS to the local machine (my way until now)?

Maybe SAP wants to make eclipse-life a little bit harder to push the netweaver studio.....

Thanks

Walter

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2004 at 04:49 PM

    Hi Walter,

    > are there any Wizards for creating a JSP-Dyppage in

    > the EP6 eclipse plugin (using 1.2) like in the EP5

    > plugin?

    This is answered.

    > And, how do I get the HTMLB jars or do I have to copy

    > them from WAS to the local machine (my way until now)?

    On the one hand, there is the libraries.zip as a download within Java Development Role; this can be used as a starting point. This zip is a static one and does <i>not</i> reflect the deployed JARs.

    Beneath this disadvantage, of course there are only the official supported APIs in there, among them HTMLB (and at the moment, less then these). "Hardcore Portal Development" often needs also the not officially supported APIs.

    That's the reason why I would recommend to use the actual JARs directly from a local installation (you can copy them from another machine, if you don't have a local EP for development).

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2004 at 04:08 PM

    Hi Walter,

    They were not available in the last version of the standalone version of the PDK for Ep60. But they are back with the Nw Dev Studio 04 version of the Enterprise Portal plugin.

    Best Regards,

    Frederic

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