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Cannot get custom EP5.0 iView file to compile in EP6 SP2

Hi,

I have a development (par file) that i created in EP5.

I have imported this into eclipse on an EP6 SP2 system. It no longer seems to be able to find the par files imported. In the below example it canot find the PageProcessorComponent and errors.

CODE*********

import com.sapportals.htmlb.page.DynPage;

import com.sapportals.portal.htmlb.page.PageProcessorComponent;

public class itsController extends PageProcessorComponent

{

public DynPage getPage()

{

return new itsDispatcher();

}

} // Main class

END OF CODE********

On another page I have it cannot find the JSPDynPage component amongst many others.

Where are these now located?

Are there many specific issues I should be aware of migrating from EP5 to EP6 SP2.

Many Thanks,

Paul

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 03:36 PM

    Hi Paul,

    First download the library zip files from the PDK.

    Did you add the jar files in eclipse? If not from 'Project==>Properties==>Java Build Path==>Add External Jar's' include the jar files that are associated with the par file.

    Regards,

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    • Hi Paul, hi Rem,

      JAR Class Finder in fact <i>has</i> been for 2.1.x, but IBM... 😔

      So for sure there are versions working for 2.1, you just have to ask a friend. BUT! Check the licence... 😔

      An alternative is WinRAR (and other tools like this, but WinRAR is very fast, has a good compression algorithm, offers "in-JAR-editing"...). It's not integrated wihin Eclipse, but for this also a somehow more generic tool.

      Hope it helps

      Detlev

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