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You have configured the necessary development environment in the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio . For more information about configuring the development environment, see Central Development with NWDI .

You may also set up a development track containing only the software components (SC), which you need for your type of development. For more information about setting up the development track, see Setting Up Tracks Using the Configuration Template .


You create a project to model your business process in it and to store all the service interfaces, tasks, rules and data types you use in the process. The modeled process is the graphical representation of a business process. You need it to visualize the process and to localize weak points and points that can be improved.


  1. Choose Start of the navigation path File Next navigation step New Next navigation step Project End of the navigation path.

  2. In the dialog box that appears, expand Process Composer and select Process Composer Development Component . Choose the Next pushbutton.

  3. Expand the development configuration in which you want to create the development component (DC).


    You may have to log on to the development configuration. To do that, click the development configuration name with the secondary mouse button and choose Log on... . In the dialog that appears, log on to the development infrastructure.

  4. Choose the software component in which you want to create the DC and choose the Next pushbutton.

  5. Specify a vendor name.

  6. Specify a name prefix, if applicable. Specify a name for the new DC and complete the dialog.

    The new project is created.

    You may have to open the Process Development perspective. To do that, choose Start of the navigation path Window Next navigation step Open Perspective Next navigation step Other Next navigation step Process Development End of the navigation path and choose the OK pushbutton.


    If you want to revert some of your changes in the project and the process you have created, this may result in errors in your project. For more information, see SAP Note 1439919 Information published on SAP site.