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Java web start

Hi,

Can any one tell me what is Java web start, I have SAP GUI installed on my desktop, can I connect to Integration Builder, Intergration Repository? or do I need to install any other client or GUI software on my desktop? any inputs pls.

Prahllad

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 01:40 PM

    Hi Prahllad,

    You need for Integration Builder (Repository and Directory) JAVA Webstart.

    It ins Included in the "Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition"

    You can Download it from http://java.sun.com/

    After installation, WebStart will startet when you use the Repository oder Directory link on "Exchange Infrastructure Tools" main site.

    Regards,

    Robin

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 02:40 PM

    Robin,

    Thanks ..

    I am slighly confused about which GUI to use to access different components of XI. If you know, can you please tell me

    1 What we can access from SAP GUI

    2 What we can access from Web browser

    3 What we can access from both (SAP GUI and Web browser)

    Prahllad

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      Hi Prahllad,

      In GUI you can configure the Integration Server and much more. (like Monitoring, Proxys, Destinations ...)

      To Implement a Scenario you primary use the Browser Tools.

      In Webbrowser you can see the System Landscape Directory to configure your System landscape and the Runtime Workbench to Monitor.

      In Webbrowser(Java WebStart) you can use Integration Repository for Design (data types, interfaces, mappings, Business Process Builder ....).

      With Webstart you also use the Integration Directory for configuration (Scenarios, Receiver Determination, Interface Determination, Receiver Agreement ....)

      from Both you can access to nothing 😉

      Hope that Helps

      Regards,

      Robin

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