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After installing Sneak Preview SAP NetWeaver '04, you might want to try it by deploying J2EE application, portal application, or etc using SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio. However, in order to deploy and run Web Dynpro application with Adaptive RFC, System Landscape Directory (SLD) must be configured.

Assumption

  1. SLD has not been configured
  2. It is stopped
  3. The OS is Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition named ' sapnw2k3ent'
  4. ABAP system is installed at ' sape50'

Instruction Steps

  1. Enter  http://localhost:50000/sld with user ' admin' and password ' admin'
  2. Enter  Administration page by clicking at navigation bar
  3. Enter  Server Setting page
  4. Fill your hostname, sapnw2k3ent, in  Object Server field and click Set button in section Server Parameters
  5. Go back to  Administration page and start server
  6. Enter  Import page. Fill  c:\usr\sap\J2E\SYS\global\sld\model\cr_content.zip in  File field.
  7. Click on button ' Import CR Content from Server' and wait for a while. There are 25866 objects to be imported.
  8. Enter  Data Supplier Bridge page
  9. Set  Update local SLD to  true, RFC Gateway server to  sape50 and click on button ' Start Bridge'
  10. Start Visual Administrator at C:\usr\sap\J2E\JC00\j2ee\admin\go.bat
  11. If this is the first time for Visual Administrator, you have to create new connection with port 50004
  12. In Global Configuration -> Server -> Services -> Security Provider, set SynchPermissionsWithDatabase to true
  13. Select Cluster -> J2E -> Server -> Services -> SLD Data Supplier
  14. In Runtime tab page, select HTTP Settings tab page
  15. Fill below information                                        
    Hostlocalhost
    Port50000
    Useradmin
    Passwordadmin
  16. Go back to Information tab page and click on trigger button
  17. Close Visual Administrator
  18. Go to Home -> Technical Landscape via web browser and choose Technical System Type as 'Web AS Java'
  19. You should see J2E instance right here
  20. Start SAP Logon and enter tcode  rz70
  21. Enter  localhost in Host field and  sapgw00 in Service field
  22. Click on  Proposal button and choose Yes in confirmation dialog
  23. Click on  Activate button
  24. Click on  Start Data Collection button and choose Yes in confirmation dialog
  25. You should get RFC call successful
  26. Go to Home -> Technical Landscape via web browser again and choose Technical System Type as 'Web AS ABAP'
  27. You should see E50 instance right now

You are ready to deploy JCo application! Enjoy programming.

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