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RMI as backend

I have to use a RMI-Client as backend. So I tried to create a new Model with methods to use the backend client. In the NW Developer Studio in Implementation view I unfortunately get the comment in my new method //methods are not supported yet. Changes to the method are ignored. But I need more methods than setter or getter. How can I solve this?

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    Posted on Jan 26, 2005 at 01:22 PM

    Hi Marielle

    You cant define new methods through the source editor. You will have to go to the methods tab of your view or controller and define the methods there.

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    pran

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 08:47 AM

    Hi pran!

    Yes I can define methods there, but I can't write any source code into the method. In Implementation view is just the comment "//methods are not supported yet". If I change that and try to save my source code, everything I wrote is lost and the comment "//methods are not supported yet" is there again.

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      Hi Marielle

      You are right , I was looking in the wrong place.I dont think this route will help your cause.

      Check if this weblog will be of any use

      /people/david.beisert/blog/2004/10/26/webdynpro-importing-java-classes-as-model

      Regards

      Pran

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