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Portal enabling my J2EE app

I am making portions of our application available to the Portal server, and want to make sure my train of thought is correct.

I believe I need to add Web Dynpro components to my existing application. I will then use the portal configuration to create Portlets based upon those dynpro components.

If this is a sound approach, what is the best way to add those Dynpro components. I have a web application within Developer Studio. Should i create a dynpro application which references the j2ee app, and build the gui components in there?

thanks,

Craig

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 01:08 AM

    A little more detail. Our j2ee is just a war file right now, however we wrap it as an ear to deploy it within the sap app server. We have our own user interface with Struts/velocity which we want to keep. However, we want to add some views which can be deployed within the SAP portal container.

    So, I am looking for advice on what kind of project i should be setting up within the developer studio, and how I should deploy this.

    Thanks,

    craig

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