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About Web dynpro development using NWD04 - DTR

Hello All,

I have developed five to six webdynpros. For starting production server development I want to set up a DTR server on my J2EE WAS 6.40. Can anyone please forward me an installation guide and all the other related documentation. Also from whatever I get CBS is a service for that. Can any one help me please my mail id is

jay.kapadia@lntinfotech.com. I want this details on a very high priority please help me

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  • Posted on Jan 13, 2005 at 08:55 PM

    Hello Gaurav,

    You can download the guide from https://websmp103.sap-ag.de/instguidesnw04. There is a document called JDI install guide. Follow it verbatum and you should have all the JDI components (DTR, CBS and CMS)

    Regards

    Abdul

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      Hi Abdul,

      we have installed JDI-Components as described in the installtion guide (we have not a preview, but the full WEB AS 6.40SR1), but we can't find configuration tools and configuration paths to configure DTR (e.g.

      http://host:port/dtr/sysconfig does not exist or

      dtrsh.bat in the DTR-Homefolder does not exist, but

      http://host:port/dtr exists).

      What additional componets do we have to install ?

      Regards,

      Claus

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