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Hi SAP Gurus,

I am a novice in developing JAVA application in SAP.

I have WAS 4.7 to work on .....

I have some understanding of Java also....but don't know where to start from....

Do I need to download JCO to develop JAVA application on WAS.....

How to make and execute JAVA application on WAS,convert ABAP report to java code ... ?

I guess I have asked a lot of ques ...

Hoping for expert opinions...

cheers.....

Gaurav

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  • Posted on Jan 18, 2005 at 04:54 PM

    Hello Gaurav,

    I guess you need no espert for this:

    > I have WAS 4.7 to work on .....

    Java support starts with WAS 6.20, which includes ABAP 4.7. So this may be your vesion. In many cases this version is not installed because not needed. The package comes with a CD called Java development. Everything is in there. But I guess it is easier for you to download from SDN.

    > Do I need to download JCO to develop JAVA application

    > on WAS.....

    No.

    > How to make and execute JAVA application on

    1. Download. 2. Install 3. Try examples

    > convert ABAP report to java code ... ?

    No way!

    Regards,

    Benny

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2005 at 12:25 PM

    Hi This is a nice post. I hop you don't mind me joining this.

    Anyway I'm also new with SAP (WAS, J2EE concept) and currently downloading the WAS40 preview. Anyway will have a look at this thread and see how the threadster manage to install it.

    SAP Gurus,

    What will be the best way to learn this new stuff? I'm currently struglling with my system because it's only has 512MB of RAM.. and saw some post that installing WAS is doable on a 512MBram system. I will try to install it at home tonight and see if it will work.

    I'm very excited with this WAS and would like to see how webdynpro look like.... 😊

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