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Japro problems @ connector framework usage

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I am facing different problems:

1) I am not able to export a correct par file from my IDE. Lot of folders are missing in the par file which is generated.

How to compile a proper par file?

2) I am implimenting the connector framework to connect to Back End. While compiling from japo i am getting lot of errors because of the following files missing:

import javax.mail.internet.ParameterList;

import javax.resource.cci.MappedRecord;

import javax.resource.cci.RecordFactory;



In my IDE i am not getting these errors because i have included the following paths in the classpath file:

<classpathentry kind="var" path="ECLIPSE_HOME/plugins/com.tssap.ext.libs.j2ee_1.3/lib/mail.jar"/>

<classpathentry kind="lib" path="C:/usr/sap/P37/JC00/j2ee/j2eeclient/connector.jar"/>

<classpathentry kind="lib" path="//C:/usr/sap/P37/JC00/j2ee/cluster/server0/bin/ext/"/>

But Japro will take the paths from import.lst file in which i need to give the release paths which exists in production folder(\swl\portal\).

For example:

pp.connectorframework contains all the connector framework related class files.

Please let me know if anybody faced this problem are solved this one.

Thanks and regards,


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mail.jar is located in the ec.jdkj2ee/_ecjavamail!default subproject (being 1. external for sap (ec == external component), 2. part from j2ee specification)

connector.jar is located in the same project, in group ecjavaeis. You should select version you need.

portal_services_api_lib.jar is result from project pp.semantics, subproject portalservices_api_lib