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Missing Element Palette in Graphical Screen Painter 7200

I recently installed Netweaver AS ABAP 7.02 sp6 32-bit trial version of SAP on WIndows Vista.

When I use the Dynpro screen painter on either the DEMO_DYNPRO or I create one I don't get access to the screen that shows an element palette on the left side that can be used in a drop and drag fashion. I am getting a screen painter desktop that has no drop & drag abilities. Looks more like a blank sheet on white lined paper with a tool bar on top.

When the software for the Graphical Screen Painter first loads it says that its:

ABAP Development Workbench Release 7.20

Graphical Screen Painter File Version 7200.1.0.351 Build 351w207

12 Nov 2009 / 11 Aug 2009

A) Should I be able to get at the "Element Palette" with this software? If so how? Maybe SICF change? Desktop Java upgrade?

B) Do I need a SAP upgrade? and if so what and where? Link?

Thanks,

Jeff

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    Posted on May 02, 2012 at 05:57 PM

    I just noticed that it had been generating a green error message when I initially start the screen painter :

    EU_SCRP_WN32 : timeout during allocate / CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPCMRCV'

    Message no. 37033

    I used transaction sm59 to increase my CPIC-Timeout under TCP/IP-connections for EU_SCRP_WN32 to 200.

    Now I have a full screen editor that has drop and drag and looks useable.

    Hopefully this brief discussion will help others.

    Jeff

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