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Web Dynpro export to par project does not show up

g´day,

i need to export a web dynpro project as a .par but when i go to File --> export --> par . the project i need does not show up on the list. have any of you guys seen this before ? do you know how i can resolve this ?

any help is great help

Thanks folks,

Guy

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2005 at 01:29 PM

    Hi Guy,

    why do you want to export your Web Dynpro project as a PAR-file? The way to integrate a Web Dynpro application as iView in the portal is to create an iView based on the Web Dynpro iView template in the portal (giving parameters such as system of Web Dynpro application, application name etc.). You don't need a PAR-file then.

    As far as I know the PAR-Export is only meant for projects created as Portal Application (which are not Web Dynpro based)

    Regards,

    Patric.

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2005 at 01:31 PM

    Hi Guy

    You cant make a par file out of web dynpro components ,alternatively you can make a ear file , just right click and choose menu option create archive.

    The ear file is created in the directory

    <Drive>:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Documents\SAP\workspace\<project>

    or

    try searching for an ear file in the project directory after you have created it.

    Regards

    Pran

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