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Dear Web Dynpro for Java community.

The Web Dynpro for Java Demo Kit is available now for download here.

It contains a whole bunch of tutorials and demos running on the SAP NetWeaver CE releases 7.11 and 7.20 and als on a standard Tomcat.

Enjoy.

 Jochen (on behalf of the complete Web Dynpro for Java development team).

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  1. Daniel Ruiz
    hope the 7.20 can impress some people in here.. good stuff.
    why don’t SAP host these examples as running Applications, so it’s quite nice and easy to show the benefits of adopting the newer version.. it would also save a lot of time for those who don’t have a 7.20 or 7.11 version installed in their landscapes.
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    1. Jochen Guertler Post author
      Hi Daniel,
      this is a very valid point and: WE ARE WORKING on this ;-)) So, we need a little bit more time and then you will see the Demo Kit live running !

      Best regards

      Jochen

      P.S. Use the Tomcat version to run it without CE releases. Almost all the stuff is available also for Tomcat ,-)

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    1. Jochen Guertler Post author
      As the demo kit shows WDJ is built in an way that is could also run on a standard web container. Only for specific topics like the EJB connectivity you need more (i.e. an EJB container ,-)
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  2. Fernando C
    I can’t to download the demo kit, I am getting this error:

    Bad Request
    Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.

    Reference #7.8dd8f648.1270437104.0

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    1. Martin English
      I was getting this error the other day when logging in to SDN. 

      Check the expiry date on the certificate you are using for signon – Mine had expired, so I went to http://service.sap.com and went through the ‘Benefit from single sign-on’ link to create a new passport (aka certificate). 

      This fixed the problem (for me, at least)

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    1. Jochen Guertler Post author
      sure – all the sources are part of the downloads – please follow the instructions inside the downloads how to import the sources in the IDE.

      Best regards

      Jochen

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