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Set up local J2EE Engine

Hi Experts,

I have a requirement to set up local J2EE Engine for development(NWDW).

Please guide me for the same with some documents and the steps to follow for setting up the same.



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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 04:18 PM

    Follow this link and read the [NW Developer Studio for NW 7.0 SR3 - installation guide|] -

    Or, here the summary:

    In SAP Marketplace go to Software Download Center (shortcut swdc )


    SAP Software Download Center --> Installation and Upgrades --> Browse our download Catalog

    SAP NetWeaver and complementary products --> SAP NETWEAVER --> SAP NETWEAVER 7.0 (Note: Choose the right version here... Ehp1, SR3 etc.. etc..) --> Installation --> Windows Server --> SAP DB

    (1) Download the Developer Workplace component (all of them)

    Expand them in a single folder.

    (2) Download the MaxDB any version. latest better. (swdc)

    (3) Download the Unicode Kernel (UC Kernel) right version for your OS. (swdc)

    (4) Download Java SDK 1.4.2 (Java / oracle archive). Use the link Also see SAP Note 941595 for more info. You may have to register with Oracle to download.

    (5) Download (from Oracle download)


    (1) Install JSDK

    (2) Install Developer Workplace (execute the sapinst.exe). Find it in folder IM_WINDOWS_I386sapinst.exe

    The installation is "self explanatory".

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