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Unable to download Netweaver Sneak preview Java Edition

paras_arora3
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Hi All,

While trying to download Netweaver Sneak preview Java Edition, Download file 1 it first asks whether to download via coreftp on selecting yes, it gives an error dialog saying NW04SneakPrevJavaSP11.Part1.rar-File not found and a similar message for download 2 file...

but the browser windows keeps on processing

Unable to download

Kindly suggest a remedy

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

RenaldWittwer
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Hi Paras,

I just tried to download, no problem. I click on <i>Downloads -> Web AS -> New! Sneak Preview -> Download file 1</i> and get a popup where to save the file.

Please try again with the given path.

By the way, it should be enough to post your problem once

Hope that helps!

Best regards

Renald

paras_arora3
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Renald

Following path Downloads -> Web AS -> New! Sneak Preview -> Download file 1 ,

1.If simply click the Download 1 link ,it throws open another page with the FTP url appended but gives a Page cannot be displayed message then.

2.If on a right click I do a Save Target As..... then it returns an error saying that

Internet Explorer cannot download...akPrevJavaSPI11.part1.rar&df=0 from www.sdn.sap.com. The server returned extended information

Is there any other alternative or else what can be the problem?

Answers (4)

Answers (4)

RenaldWittwer
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Hi Paras,

send me an email to Renald@in-con.de. Pherhaps we find a way to copy the files from my computer to your computer.

Best regards

Renald

paras_arora3
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No i havent been able to solve ,may be I am behind a firewall

RenaldWittwer
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Hi Paras,

did you solve your problem?

Please mark your thread as solved that other can find the solution.

Thanks

Best regards

Renald

RenaldWittwer
Contributor
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Hi Paras,

new idea: it seems that the download is via ftp. Do you have a firewall or something else that block other ports than port 80 (http-port)?

As far as I know ftp runs over port 21.

Best regards

Renald

PS: The first way is the right way!