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Web dynpro google search Wont compile

I am trying to use the google api / webservice in Web dynpro while followig the instructions and im getting this task message when i try to save the metadata:

<b><i>Web Dynpro Generation: Metadata constraint of Component GoogleSearch is violated:ViewElementProperty "//WebDynpro/View:com.aramco.tcm.wd.google.SearchView/RootUIElementContainer/Child:SearchQuery/Property:width", Role "Definition": A minimum of 1 object(s) is required GoogleSearch.wdcomponentGoogleSearch/src/packages/com/aramco/tcm/wd/google </i></b>

I am currently using NWDS patch 9.

Thanks,

Wael Aoudi

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2004 at 12:25 PM

    Hi Wael Aoudi ,

    Please give me the WSDL file or location of the WSDL file.

    Regards

    AnilKumar

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi wael aoudi,

      I am also having the same problem i.e.

      Web Dynpro Generation: Metadata constraint of Component GoogleSearch is violated:ViewElementProperty "//WebDynpro/.........................../SearchView/RootUIElementContainer/Child:SearchQuery/Property:width", Role "Definition": A minimum of 1 object(s) is required

      Plz provide a detailed solution

      Thanks,

      Vilish

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2005 at 01:34 PM

    Hi,

    I have solved the problem.

    Basically the problem lie with the version of NWDS.

    i was using NWDS SP76 that doesn't have 'Width ' Property with InputField so with this version do notuse directlt project code provided google Instead use model and define your View as per seen in the google project so that these things wont create problem.

    Or use SP9

    Regards,

    Vilish Kumar Singh

    HCL Technologies Ltd.

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