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Have you already seen the new download of the SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1? Check here:  SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1 In NetWeaver CE you will find lots of new features, especially in Web Dynpro for Java. Many of these features have been requested by Customers for a long time- for example:

  • Development environment is based on Eclipse 3
  • more graphical tools for developing large Web Dynpro applications (like a component modeler)
  • better support for debugging like
    • switch on the debugging without rebooting the server
    • the long awaited context debugger
  • much better preview of Web Dynpro views at design time
  • enhanced usability like creating of navigation links with automatic creation of the needed plugs
  • many new table features
    • scrollbars with asynchronous data loading
    • column resizing
    • column reordering with drag and drop
    • drag and drop table content to other applications like Excel
    • grouping
    • and many, many more…
  • new controls like calendar control (with different perspectives like year, week and day)
  • window plugs and window controller
  • column layout for aligning controls that span several containers
  • formatted text view
  • the long awaited EJB model

If you are interested in developing Web Dynpro applications, take a look at these amazing new features and tell me which features you want to read more about!

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  1. Oliver Kohl
    Hi Marco,

    thanks for pointing to the new NetWeaver 7.1 CE download. The new features you list sound great and I can wait to try them out.

    Best regards,
      ok

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  2. Valery Silaev
    Great news!

    But I have a question — is it possible to install the WebAS from this package on existing database (MS SQL in my case) rather then MaxDB?

    VS

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      1. Valery Silaev
        Marco,

        It’s clear that this limitation enforced by trial nature of preview. But anyway for me (and I guess not only for me) it’s a bit inconvinient — DB definitely adds several hundred megs to download size.

        Could you share some screenshots that outlines new features of IDE and run-time?

        VS

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