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how can I use an WebDynpro application off line?

: Hello,

I am developing a normal WebDynpro application to publish on my portal. I would also like to use this app on my mobile engine (so I can use it off line) . What do I need to change of my WebDynpro application for it to work in the mobile client? The MC comes with tom cat light is there a way to deploy de webDynpro libraries for tom cat ?

Any help is great help

I am using :

WebAS 640 sp 9

MI 2.5 sp 9

Windows 2000 + mobile client

Thank you in advance,


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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 08:20 PM

    Hello Guy,

    AFAIK you can't use WebDynpro today offline. Maybe in future it will be possible, but I think not. Would it be necessary in future to have offline applications?



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    Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 10:29 PM

    Hello Guy,

    I am afraid that Gregor is right: WebDynPro is a complete online solution and has neither the aim nor the ability to become available offline. Ms Karin Schattka (SAP Product Manager WebDynPro) stated this very clearly in her TechEd04 presentation, which is available in SDN as well.

    To employ offline applications you can choose from the Mobile Business Solutions portfolio that SAP offers for it's "Mobile Infrastructure" which is part of Netweaver 04 and later. Several applications are available, such as Sales, CRM, AssetMgmt and Mobile Time and Travel.

    If nothing fits your needs you can develop your own applications using the MI framework. These are the options you have but unfortunately they have nothing to do with WebDynPro and No, there is no way to generically take Netweaver Portal content offline, as the portal (like WebDynPro technology) follows an online-only strategy.

    Best regards,


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