The Windows version of SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0 Pre-Packaged Trial Version is available for release. For more information and to find the download links [here|http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/downloads?rid=/library/uuid/f091b083-c2d0-2e10-dfaf-d39b95b312d1].
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Yes, you can execute BAPI and RFC functions from the gateway, it seems the Gateway system is preconfigured to use SAP Enterprise Service Workplace as a backend for the Netweaver Gateway trial.
This way, the data is housed online in the respective ES workplace systems and simply exposed via your gateway system. It is also possible to connect the system to your own backend/data source.
ES Workplace: http://esworkplace.sap.com
You can use this guide to configure/expose/consume your functions: [Content Deleted June 2013]
Message was edited by: Jason Lax
Hey Justin, have you installed the license?
Here is what it should look like: TCode: SLICENSE
The Install guide has the process in section 3. (http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-16331)
This may have already been done, but a good place to start. If you have already completed this step, try to restart your instance.
Not sure which credentials you used to login to the system. Please install license first with
client 000, user: sap*, password: Welcome01. Request your license from here. Let me know if you have any issues. Regards, Hardik
client 000, user: sap*, password: Welcome01.
Request your license from here.
Let me know if you have any issues.
I'm trying work on "SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0 pre- configured appliance" My infrastructure is hosted purely on ESX, I'm not able to run HyperV. Will you be able to assist further to run the same on Windows 2008R2 hosted on the virtual machine on ESX
Thanks in advance
In my view the very first thing to observe is if there is any
licence implication by doing so as I believe it was designed to run on top of
HyperV. Technically it is possible to do it. But the licence check should come
first. I don’t know the answer for the licence implication.
You could also check out Andre Fischer blog http://scn.sap.com/community/netweaver-gateway/blog/2012/05/16/now-available-sap-netweaver-abap-trial-702-sp11-win-64-bit-version-with-sap-netweaver-gateway-20-sp3 some configuration is required, but it allows a little more flexibility in the installation.