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Using external Library like iText

Hi everyone, first of all i would like to thank all you guys because this forum help me so much, i´m new to webdynpro and i´m facing this problem, (this is my first post) . . . all i want to do is to "deploy new archive and run" and see my app running.

I ´m using the iText .jar in my DC Webdynpro project, i followed this blogs but to me is very confusing because it seems that are to many ways to do that, but nothing results to me.

/people/bala.krishnan2/blog/2006/09/25/bid-adieu-to-bots--using-captchas

/people/valery.silaev/blog/2005/09/14/a-bit-of-impractical-scripting-for-web-dynpro

this are the two main solutions i tried.

1.- Create DC Library

2.- add .jar to libraries folder

3.- add to public part (the two ways, assembly and the other one)

4.- build

4.- Create J2EE library DC

5.- Add to Used DC the two public parts of the DC Library

6.- Build & Deploy

7.- I don't see any .jar in my deploy folder

8.- I see the new library in Visual Admin

9.- Add to Used DC of my DC Webdynpro the j2EE public part

10.- I cant deploy and run my app

1.- Create DC Library

2.- add to public part the assembly and the other one

3.- build

3.- Add to used DC of my webdynpro app , the public parts of the DC library

4.- I have the hints, the class definitions but when i click deploy new archive and run

the deploy stops with errors.

i really want to know what is the problem behind this because i only try all the blogs solutions but with no knowledge behind, and i´m expecting some results following the solutions like a recipe.

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Hi,

I had faced the same issue,it occurs in NWDS version 7.0.9 etc and none of the solutions helped

Try installing 7.0.13,7.0 15 or higher.

In these version you need not have to create any J2EE DC,only creating External Library DC and adding the Public parts as Used DC to the Java webdynpro Dc will do.

Let me know if it resolves the problem

Priya

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