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Configuration of SLD

Hi ,

I am trying to configure the SLD in the following way . This was suggested in a document that i downloaded from The document name is "Creating a Web Dynpro Application Accessing ABAP Functions" .

Proceed as follows:

1. Start the J2EE Engine if you have not already done so.

2. Start the engine administrator console using the path <Drive>:\usr\sap\<System


3. Choose Connect and log on to the J2EE Engine. You need administrator rights

for the login process.

4. After login, choose the Cluster tab on the left, expand the node Server,

Services, and choose SLD Data Supplier.

5. Choose CIM Client Generation Settings and specify the necessary HTTP

connection parameters to establish a connection to the SLD.

6. Save the data by pressing the Save button

7. Choose the CIM Client Test button to check the CIM client connectivity.

8. If the test was successful, you can close the J2EE Engine Administrator

Console. Otherwise correct your connection parameters.

Now you have defined the connection parameters for SLD server has to be used

to run your application.

At the 4th step i get stuck because I am not able to locate the option "SLD Data Supplier" . It is not available with the available options .

Could anyone help me out with this please on an urgent basis ?


Deepak Singh

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2005 at 11:18 AM

    Just to add on to the question

    I am using EP 6.0 SP2


    Deepak Singh

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  • Posted on Jun 15, 2005 at 02:32 AM

    Hello Deepak,

    if you really have a 6.20 Engine below your portal, you don't have Web Dynpro coming with WebAS (maybe with the portal). Web Dynpro is available since WebAS 6.30 Service Pack 0, SLD with some later Service Pack of 6.30 resp. 6.40.

    I move this thread to the Web Dynpro forum.

    Best regards,


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