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Portals Development - roles & responsiblities

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Hello - Wanted to ask the group how they define roles & responsibilities in regards to Portals development.

We have a team of people that manage the portal. In terms of importing Business Packages, Configuring the Portal, managing security groups & roles, controlling the TLN and SLN navigation, etc.

We also have a team that is responsible for traditional development. Java, ABAP, HTML, etc. These are our developers.

Within your Portal environment, where do you draw the lines of responsibilities? For example, for developing applications using the NW Developer Studio. Seems logical that a team of developers would handle this. But, how about for managing objects within the PCD, or creating simple iViews? Do you have Portal Admins perform that function, or your developers?

Thank you for your insights.

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dan_spitzig
Explorer
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In our shop, the Java/HTML developers are separate from the ABAP developers, although there is coordination between the two. The Java/HTML developers are the ones responsible for managing objects in the PCD and creating iViews.

Hope this helps...

Former Member
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the Portal Developers (Java and Web Dynpro) are usually responsible for Content Administration, although they don't have to be. Portal System Administration is normally handled by the BASIS group and Security Administrators (Domain and R/3 Admins) handle User Administration in the Portal.

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Former Member
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Hi Steve,

It is the developers who creates iviews and manages objects in the PCD. To create an iview you need to have content administration rights in portal.

Regards,

Pooja.

Former Member
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Hi

Go through the thread:

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/f6/2604f005fd11d7b84200047582c9f7/frameset.htm

It will definitely helps you in clarifying your doubts.

If this helps you dont forget to reward points.

Thanks and Regards

Victoria