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.Net and Certification?


I am developing some content in C# with the intention of getting it certified.

I was wondering if there is any relationship between the code and the certification information

By that I mean in the Certification document I have

1) Proposal for Business Package Title

2) Technical Namespace Used

3) List of iViews Contained In This Package

4) Channel Name

Do any of these names have to appear in the .Net solution, i.e. as Solution names, namespace names or class names?


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    Posted on Dec 14, 2004 at 06:23 PM

    Hi Vincent,

    (I hope this post is about the PDK?)

    I'm not sure what you mean exactly by "certify your code"... but maybe this will help:

    The only "names" the portal will see from the code you write are the names of the portal components and the name of the par.

    The portal components names are by default the names of the ascx files. But if you want, you can change that in the html editor of the ascx file (un-remark what is there and edit it).

    The par name is by default the project name. You can also edit that in the "SAP project properties" (right click the project).

    Hope that helped, or was even remotely close to what you wanted 😉



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      It is assigned to us by a SAP certification person (I wasn't involved with it at that stage so I don't have any other details).

      The format seems to simply match those of the iViews etc.. that ship with the EP (which would have been java originally I suppose).

      I think it is to stop clashes if you distribute your content through iViewStudio and to give end-users an integrated feel.

      To be honest I am a bit vague on the details and am just muddling through for a deadline,

      will have to do my learning after the fact 😔


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