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Former Member
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Hi,

I created an iView using MS VS 2003 and deployed a PAR file - if I want to import it to the portal, do I have to create EPA file? And how should this be done?

Thanks a lot for your help.

Tomas Kraus

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Former Member
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Hi Tomas,

You can create a epa file by going to

System Administration->Transport->Export.

Create a Transport package which will in turn generate a epa file.

You can then Import this epa file.

Regards,

Vivek

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Former Member
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Hi Vivek,

my question should really be: how to import a PAR file?

Thanks for help.

Tomas

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You can import a par file by going to Java developmnent role, if you have imported the business package.

Or else goto

http://abs.server.com:50000/irj/servlet/prt/portal/portalanywhere.default

You can upload the par file from the above url.

Regards,

Vivek

Former Member
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Hi Tomas,

To import a PAR file, goto <b>System Administration-Support-Portal runtime-Administration Console</b> and then upload the PAR file. that will get stored in PCD.

Regards

Rajeev.

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Message was edited by: Rajeev Ullatil

Former Member
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Hi ,

Go thru this thread ...it might be helpful for u .

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Joshua Kiran

Former Member
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Thanks Rajeev, that's what I was looking for!

Unfortunately I can't award points - I keep getting an error message when trying to click the radio button...

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Former Member
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Hello,

I'm trying to import an EPA file, the PDK SP2, and I can't do it from the Administration Console, because it allows only PAR file.

Where can I import my EPA file ?

Thanks.

Former Member
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Hi Allan,

Welcome to the SDN Forum !!!

For Importing a Business Package(.epa File)

Go To System Administration -> Transport -> Import (..in the Detailed Navigation) -> Select <b>Client</b> Radio button in the <i>Source for Package Files</i> -> Click on Browse and select the specified location of the epa file -> After the import is completed successfully Search in the content Administration -> Portal content for the specific folder u imported.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Joshua Kiran

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Former Member
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Thanks, it helps.

The content goes to :

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How can I reward ?

Former Member
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Hi Allan,

If u wish to reward some points then u need to open a thread on ur own. i.e the thread initiator is allowed to reward the points.

If it really Helped u, Go ahead .

Happy Learning

Regards,

Joshua Kiran