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Custom LayoutSets & ResourceRenderers

When creating my own custom LayoutSets and/or Resource Renderers, where should I place the .jar files for the system to pick them up?

EP6 SP2

I have tried a few places and was only able to get everything to work in the following directory:

portal/portalapps/com.sap.km.cm.ui.flex/lib

The trouble is, when we apply a patch the custom JAR files are blown away.

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2005 at 05:23 AM

    Hi Brandon

    You will have to and attach a portal service which acts like a bootstrap for the classes and then "par" them up.

    When defining the Java classes for the Layout controllers , renders etc you will have to just pass the in the fully qualifed name of the class. There is documentation on this in the Netweaver developer guide in the section setting up environment

    Regards

    Pran

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    Posted on Apr 07, 2005 at 11:56 PM

    Hi Brandon,

    It would be better if you create xml files for the configuration of the layoutsets and the resource renderers. What you can do is create a par file out of the configuration and the custom jars and then u can deploy them to the portal. So even if the upgrade removes it you can redeploy the par file.

    Regards

    Prakash

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      I'm a bit confused. My understanding of creating custom menu commands, layouts, renderers, etc was that you had to create custom JAVA classes... jar them and place them on the server somewhere.

      Then you creat mappings to KM objects under the System Config --> KM Config......

      Am I mistaken?

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