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Special thanks to all the audience of SDN Demo Jam Session at SAP TechEd, Las Vegas for cheering me up during my demo “SAP NetWeaver Administration Gadgets” in SDN Demo Jam Session at SAP TechEd, Las Vegas (Demo Jam Video ). Its all because of you that my demo ended up as one of the top three winners (And the winners are …).  As shown in the demo jam we will now explore how to use widgets for performing common SAP NetWeaver system administration tasks such as system status monitoring, log viewing, Java Application Server start/stop, browsing DTR, and system availability history analysis etc.  Within next few days I will release all the widgets shown in the demo through SDN. I will also write series of weblogs to assist you in configuring these tools.  So lets get started by installing the Yahoo! Widget Engine.

System Requirements

– Windows XP SP1 or Windows 2000 SP3(or later) or Mac OS X 10.3(or later).  – Internet Connection.  – 512 MB of RAM (recommended). – 20 MB free Hard Disk Space  

Installation Steps

1. Download the installer from http://widgets.yahoo.com/. 2. Launch the installer by executing widgetsus.exe (downloaded in Step 1). 3. Follow the steps shown in the installation wizard. 4. When the installation is finished, click “Finish” button. (If you want to lauch the Yahoo! Widget Engine after installation, mark the checkbox “Launch the Yahoo! Widget Engine”)  When you launch the Yahoo! Widget Engine for the first time on your computer Welcome Widget will be launched automatically. This widget will provide you more information about Yahoo! Widget.  Congratulations Yahoo! Widget Engine is now installed on your computer.      Have fun with widgets…..

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  1. Dagfinn Parnas
    Thanks for introducing me to Yahoo widget engine during your demo jam session. I was sitting in the SDN clubhouse and experimenting with it.

    I’m awaiting your next blogs with great expectations (and I have my own plans for more widgets).

    Cheers
    Dagfinn

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