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Changes in lea component.

Hi Gurus.

Please help!!!!!

We are on portal 7.0 and we have to make some changes in the leave request application.

I have the DC for lea component. If I try to import it in nwds directly it gives error of missing libraries and many other references.

Please suggest if it is possible to do this without NWDI.

Also is it possible to get this dc directly in the track created instead of importing the whole ess business package in the track.



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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 12:46 PM

    I now see you want to import without using NWDI... This is not possible at all and will indeed result in missing references for obvious reasons.

    Why would you want to do that?

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    • Former Member Robin Van Het Hof

      You import a SC from track.

      With SC comes all DCs

      Now until and unless you do not create a project for DC they do not come in your local workspace for modification.......

      You can opt to only create "lea" project DC in workspace.

      Wise decision would be to also create all dependent DCs project. (they will come as filled green triangle on DC name)

      If your NWDI has been recently set up and you are the first person modifying it...then make sure it has been correctly set up.

      For this refer to SAP note : 872892 (attached NWDI cookbook pdf)

  • Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 12:42 PM


    If you have ESS available in NWDI, you should be able to import the Leave Request DC just fine without errors...

    Can you elaborate more about your steps taken?

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