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Hi, I would like to create a totally new iView JSP project from scratch. I currently have NetWeaver and EP 6.0. This is what I have done so far on NetWeaver: <b>File > New > Project > Select Portal Application > click 'Next' > Type in Project name and root folder > click 'FINISH'</b>. Now, I think I have a project ready? I have some basic iView JSP code already. so now can someone provide me with detailed steps on what modifications and steps I need to make on my new project in order for my iView jsp to display on the EP 6.0? Any files like 'portalapp.xml' that I have to modify?

Thank you so much for your help,

Baggett.

What I know so far: I have looked at an example where I created one using an existing par. I know how to export .par file to EP 6.0, it's the steps before that I don't know. Thanks again.

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    Posted on May 25, 2005 at 04:08 PM

    Hi, I think I found a little solution to my problem but now I have a new issue. I think I "solved" my problem by doing: <b>File > New > Project > Select Portal Application > click 'Next' > Type in Project name and root folder > click 'FINISH'. Now, I do:

    File > New > Other > Portal Application > Create a new Portal Application Object > Select my Project > Portal Component/JSPDynPage (is this the 'easy' one to pick b/c it seems to update the portalapp.xml file, creates a jsp file (myFirstJSP.jsp) and bean for me) > I type in all the textfields for file name, package name, ... > click 'FINISH'. </b>

    Is this a correct/good way of starting a JSP project(I don't really know what a JSPDynPage is)

    Now I have a new issue. I open up myFirstJSP.jsp and NetWeaver highlights all the code (pasted below) in yellow and there is no error displayed:

    <b><hbj:content id="myContext" >

    <hbj:page title="PageTitle">

    <hbj:form id="myFormId" >

    </hbj:form>

    </hbj:page>

    </hbj:content></b>

    So I try to paste this line into myFirstJSP.jsp: <b><%@ taglib uri="tagLib" prefix="hbj" %></b>and also paste this line onto portalapp.xml:

    <b><component-profile>

    <property name="tagLib" value="/SERVICE/htmlb/taglib/htmlb.tld"/>

    </component-profile> </b>

    Now, I get an error saying: <b>"JSP Parsing Error:File "/dist/PORTAL_INF/pagelet/tagLib" not found"</b>

    Why is this? How can I fix it?

    Thanks so much,

    Baggett.

    Message was edited by: Baggett Soran

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Vik, thanks again for your great responses and info. I reinstalled NetWeaver and for some reason(onto c: drive instead of Program Files, don't know if it matters), everything seems to work better now.

      Thanks so much again,

      Baggett.

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