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Web Dynpro for Java Client

Hello,

does anybody has experience with the Web Dynpro for Java Client.

I ran the Installation successfully. When trying to start a message box comes up:

"In order to open a connection to a SAP server, please configure the web page correctly"

Does anybody know, what to do here??

Thanks in advance,

Andreas

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2005 at 02:03 PM

    I didn't get wha you meant by WebDynpro for Java Client.

    Are you talking about the Netweaver Developer Studio installation and using the WebDynpro perspective provided along with it?

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  • Posted on Aug 25, 2005 at 02:25 PM

    Hi Andreas,

    First up all there is no webdynpro for Java client.Even Webdynpro is an application client for SAP backend through which you can connect to R/3 backend or other Databases.

    Did you install Netweaver Studio and trying to open connection with R/3 backend.

    Jus give us an update so it will be easy for answering.

    Rdgs,

    guru

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    Posted on Aug 28, 2005 at 08:10 AM

    Maybe I'm missing something here.... but do you have a particular reason for wanting to use the WebDynpro for Java Client? Why don't you just use your web browser?

    Walter

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