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  In the previous installment of this blog (360° View on enterprise SOA: Provide and consume your own enterprise services – NetWeaver Developer Studio Installation and Update (Part 6)) we prepared our development environment with the installation and update of SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio 7.1 (NWDS). Now we are going to use NWDS to implement the business functionality that the service will expose as shown in the {code:html}attached screencam{code} and explained below.   In my next post you will learn how to configure, publish and test the implemented services using various capabilities of SAP NetWeaver CE.   Missed out the first part(s) of the series? Start up with the introduction blog (360° View on enterprise SOA : Provide and consume your own enterprise services-  Introduction (Part 1)). Blog overview This blog series describes how to reengineer “existing offerings into a set of well-governed, harmonized and technology-agnostic enterprise services”, to ultimately consume these. This installment shows the service implementation starting with the configuration of the environment and the actual implementation and deployment of these services.   h4. What are we going to implement? {code:html}EMM Overview
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  1. Allen Zobjeck
    My SAP NetWeaver Portal is EDP and I see the SLD there.  I installed the CE Composition and ESR into a sid called EDC (on the same server).  In the SLD on Portal how do I define EDC? Do I have to?

    If I say New Technical System and say WEB AS JAVA it changes it to Web AS ABAP.

    I’m not sure what to do? Don’t I have to connect the to environments?

    Is there some documentation on this?

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