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*Scenario *

You develop your Java based applications using the
NWDI as your development infrastructure. Your application design is based on
the SAP Software Component model with Software Components (SCs) and Development
Components (DCs). Occasionally some structure that DC is no longer used needs
to be excluded. To perform these tasks, the DC Command Line Tool
is used. This guide will explain step by step on how to setup and use the DC
tool for these DC operation.

 

Background Information

The DC Command Line Tool as part of the SAP NetWeaver
Development Infrastructure is available since NW 7.0 SP13. It is shipped along
with the according NetWeaver Developer Studio.

 

Prerequisites

Dependencies

See more information in the document:

How
To… Manage DC Operations with the DC Command Line Tool

 

Prepare and start the DC tool

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Step 3.

When you run the command, will prompt the user password.

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Step 4.

Typing listdcs, appears the software components available as can be seen
below:

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Attention: Do not forget to close the NWDS if it is open to
synchronization error does not occur.

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Step 7.

Open NWDS in perspective, “Development
Configuration Perspective” in view “Activation View.” We can see
the activity designed to delete the DC.

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Step 8.

Enabling this activity, the removal will be realized.

 

Finishing.

Post Processing – Delete name reservation

See more information in the document:

How
To… Manage DC Operations with the DC Command Line Tool

 

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