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add WebDynpro views to existing J2EE app

I am having a hard time understanding how i can add webdynpro views to my existing war file. I use Spring, and not EJB's.

I would prefer to have the deployment coupled such that the WebDynpro is within the same classloader as my existing servlets(struts, velocity). I need this because the application uses Toplink for it's O-R, and I would like to share the cache between the Dynpro views, and my struts views.

How would I set up such a project within developer studio?

thanks,

Craig

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 11:09 PM

    I believe I understand the SAP deployment model more. It looks to me like i can use Development Components to link things together.

    I think I could create a WebDynPro DC, which references my existing code base, which would also be a DC. However, now i have another problem. Our business tier utilizes AspectJ. How can i expose the api of my java classes to the WebDynPro DC?

    Can I just have a wrapper DC project over my .jar file which I can compile in standard eclipse...and expose public parts that way?

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      Ramakrishna,

      Thanks so much for your help.

      Judging from your last comments, I can add plugins to NWDS. How do I do this, I don't see the typical choices under help to set up an update manager to add AJDT for example.

      Thanks,

      craig

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