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Importing Java Bean Model in NWDS 7.0

Hi Experts,

I am using NWDS 7.0 and want to import Java Bean model in my NWDS project.

Can any one guide me how to create java bean and all steps which require to import java bean model.

I am using the below link but not able to create java bean

http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-2635

Thanks in Advance...

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2012 at 09:49 AM

    Hi Anshu,

    Do you have a specific problem or error that is occurring? It will help us to help you if you can be more specific with any difficulties.

    Gareth.

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      Hi Anshu,

      If you create both the EJB Module and EAR components as proper DC's, then they should automatically have the correct libraries assigned as dependancies.

      Are you creating them within your LocalDevelopments area or are they on a full Development Track you have imported from NWDI?

      It's been a long time since I worked with EJB's on a 7.0 system however I do not believe you need to manually add any libraries or dependancies to make this work - does it mention anything about these in the document?

      The other thing you could try is a complete re-install of NWDS, in case some of the plugins or files are corrupt.

      Gareth.

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    Posted on May 03, 2012 at 11:40 AM

    Hi,

    U can add the jar files in the DC Meta Data tab ->>>>used DCs tab...

    The jar file u want to add,choose from the active dcs list and the check the boxes for deploy time and build time.

    I think ur problem may get solved.

    Sweta.

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