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Simple Dynpage

Hi All,

I'm trying to make my first portal dynpage.

So far I have made a portal application and then added the dynpage. The problem is these imports:

import com.sapportals.htmlb.Form;
import com.sapportals.htmlb.GridLayout;
import com.sapportals.htmlb.GridLayoutCell;
import com.sapportals.htmlb.Group;
import com.sapportals.htmlb.Tree;
import com.sapportals.htmlb.TreeNode;
import com.sapportals.htmlb.enum.CellVAlign;
import com.sapportals.htmlb.enum.GroupDesign;
import com.sapportals.htmlb.page.DynPage;
import com.sapportals.htmlb.page.PageException;
import com.sapportals.portal.htmlb.page.PageProcessorComponent;
import com.sapportals.portal.navigation.INavigationNode;
import com.sapportals.portal.navigation.INavigationService;
import com.sapportals.portal.navigation.NavigationNodes;
import com.sapportals.portal.prt.component.IPortalComponentRequest;
import com.sapportals.portal.prt.component.IPortalComponentResponse;
import com.sapportals.portal.prt.runtime.PortalRuntime;

Should these be in my eclipse plugins directory or do I need the Portal Development Kit?

Thanks

Gregor

replied

Hi,

The jar files containing these classes are on server.

So check the jar which are on server under folders:

usrsap<ID><INST>j2eecluster<NODE>appssap.comirjservlet_jspirj ootWEB-INFportalportalapps

usrsap<ID><INST>j2eecluster<NODE> in

The easiest way is to copy all contents of these folders from server to your local machine and then index them using ClassLocator eclipse plugin.

This plugin will then help you to find the right jar file and also add it to build path of the project.

Ofcourse the SharingReferences in portalapp.xml should be manually maintained.

Also check this:

Where can we download the API jar files in SDN

Regards,

Praveen Gudapati

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