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begining with portals implementation

Former Member
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Hi we are giving the first step with sap portals in order to develope a project.

I want to know:

1.->What development tools are available for enterprise portals?

2.->Where can I find easy manuals and how-to of configuration of enterprise portals, that include:

->Notifications

->Styles

->Content Publish

->Navegation

->Authentication and authorization

->security

3.-> Our portal will be extranet, for public people, are there specific requeriments for that?

Thanks in advanced.

Best Regards.

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Former Member
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There is an IDE based on eclipse, a WYSIWYG editor called visual composer, and a wizards based tool.

Try help.sap.com or service.sap.com for all the guides.

No more specific requirements than for any external facing web application.

Former Member
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Hi Eric,

-What is the IDE, PDK ?

-Where can I download the visual composer?

-What is the wizards based tool?

Are All those tools only needed if you create new content? or are useful for customize a new Portals installation?

Thanks again.

Former Member
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Yes the IDE is PDK

You can download VC from service.sap.com/swdc. Download by components, NetWeaver, and select Visual Composer.

The Wizards based tool is called the PCS (Portal Content Studio). It uses existing templates.

All of these tools are good for creating new content or modifying existing content.

detlev_beutner
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Hi Manuel,

> -What is the IDE, PDK ?

The IDE is the NetWeaver Developer Studio, released on http://service.sap.com/swdc - but also part of https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/downloads - Web AS - Sneak Preview SAP NetWeaver 04

The PDK is the "Portal Development Kit" which created some iViews developers often need as well as some documentation into your portal installation; access is possible through the Java Developer role.

> -Where can I download the visual composer?

http://service.sap.com/swdc also see

> Are All those tools only needed

> if you create new content?

Right.

Hope it helps

Detlev

detlev_beutner
Active Contributor
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Hi Eric,

> Yes the IDE is PDK

No. See above.

Best regards

Detlev

Former Member
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You're right. What I meant to type was the IDE is to be used in conjunction with the PDK.

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