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.NET PDK - Portal Runtime Error

Hello All,

I have searched the SDN for a post that'll help but after 2 days, I am forced to write one of my own in the hope that someone out there can help me get past this hurdle.

I seem to have the enterprise portal up and running ( the "irj" status shows STARTED and I can go to the portal homepage for content administration,etc.)

I have built a simple portal application using the .NET PDK and my project seems to get deployed successfully but when I right-click on my portal component and try to "View in Browser", I get the following error:

Portal Runtime Error

An exception occurred while processing a request for :

iView : N/A

Component Name : N/A

Could not find portal application PortalApplication2.

Exception id: 09:30_03/01/05_0004_4860850

See the details for the exception ID in the log file

First of all, I cannot seem to find the log file that'll have more details about the exception. I searched in

C:\usr\sap\V48\JC00\j2ee\cluster\server0 but in vain.

Any help is highly appreciated!

Ketan Nadkarni

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2005 at 02:09 PM

    Hi,

    First - You should probably post your future questions about the PDK for .NET in the ".NET Technologies" forum.

    Now, to your question -

    1. I'm not sure if that is the problem, but make sure you have the right version of PDK!

    SAP PDK for .NET 1.0 supports EP 6.0 SP6.

    SAP PDK for .NET 1.0 Patch 1 supports EP 6.0 SP9.

    Any other SP is currently not supported and you can't use the wrong version of PDK with the wrong EP version...

    2. Did you remember to deploy the 2 SDA files that came with the installation (and restart the portal)?

    Regards,

    Ofer

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      Hi Ketan,

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