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Portal Service configuration (parameters)

Hi,

I have created a portal service, and it's functioning properly (i.e i can call it from an iView and to use its methods without any problem). Now I would like to configure (put) some parameters for the service from the portal - I go to "System Administration" -> "System Configuration" -> "Service Configuration", but i cannot see my service listed among the other services. Is there anything special i have to implement in the service, so that it's visible from that location, or maybe i have to put something in the portalapp.xml ? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

Angel

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 04:27 PM

    Hi,

    yes, you have to specify the service-profile properties you want to use within your portal service. This is done within the portalapp.xml file of your portal application.

    Add the following tag and specify all properties with the property tag.

    <service-profile>

    <property name="test" value=""/>

    </service-profile>

    Otherwise your service will not be listed within the application tree in the Service Configuration view.

    Best regards,

    Marion

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  • Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 04:28 PM

    Hi Angel,

    > Any help is appreciated

    Is it? Your last request didn't sound so in the end...

    I would like to help you (it's quite easy here), but I would also like to be sure to have a sufficiently self-critical counterpart...

    Regards

    Detlev

    PS: Come on, is it that hard to say "Ooops, my fault"?

    PPS: Marion has been faster 😊

    Message was edited by: Detlev Beutner

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 04:39 PM

    Hello Marion,

    Thanks, that's what i needed.

    Detlev: It's been a question of misunderstanding. I suppose one would normally assume that i know where the API "is", if i know how the package is named 😊 Anyway, sorry if I've made the wrong assumption.

    Best Regards,

    Angel Todorov

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    • Hi Angel,

      OK, handshaking 😊

      After 1283 posts, I can assure that the assumption is wrong in general. And at least in not too less cases, this does not come from dumb users but from SAP, sometimes experts in "hiding" documentation. Until last week or so, search for "Netweaver JavaDocs" didn't work, for example. And not everything what exists is documented too.

      Best regards

      Detlev

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