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Working with Plain J2SE Adapter Engine
By Kalyan Chakravarthy, Fujitsu Consulting India Pvt ltd
Apart from the Decentralized J2EE Adapters we have another
option called Plain J2SE Adapters. To know about Decentralized J2EE Adapter
Engine please refer http://www.saptechnical.com/Tutorials/XI/J2EEAdapterEngine/Part1.htm
Now let’s see some steps to configure Plain J2SE Adapters.
This document gives you the knowledge on how to use Plain J2SE Adapter.
As J2SE Adapter Engine is a lightweight setup, which
doesn’t occupy the hard disk space much.
Prerequisites needed for J2SE Adapter Engine.
A Java development kit (JDK) 1.3 or 1.4
The optional package Java Servlet Version 2.3 or higher (servlet.jar),
you can copy the package directly to the adapter installation directory (tech_adapter);
otherwise it must be located in the Java CLASSPATH.
After the setup for J2SE Adapter Engine, click on
install_adapter and then run_adapter in the folder tech_adapter for starting the
Now logon to the screen using URL: http://<IPAddress>:8200
Generally port 8200 will be the default port.
Enter the IP Address of the system where J2SE Adapter Engine
Now enter userid: sap and Password: init
This is how the screen looks when you logon to the J2SE
Now click on Adapters in the Main Menu.
These are some Functions in Plain J2SE:
1. Rename Adapter
2. Add New Adapter
3. Deactivate Adapters
4. Reactivate Deactivated Adapters
5. Remove Deactivated Adapters
To create new Adapter click on Add New Adapter in the
Select a radio button of the adapter template and enter the
name and check the Automatic Startup and say create. If you uncheck the
Automatic Startup then particular adapter may not start when you start the
engine. Make sure to check this option.
Click on one of the adapters and click on configure button to
configure the adapters
After configuring the adapter, click on Store Configuration
Data to save the configured properties. And then do Restart and Reload.
For each and every adapter there will a properties file
created with name <name of the adapter>.properties in Configuration
Now the adapter Receiver_test is running successfully.
When an adapter is failed, it will show in red colored and to
check the log of that adapter click on View Log.
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