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I need to write an application, that gets called from the CRM UI. This application will use a RFC to call ECC to access a program and bring the data back to the RFC in CRM. I have the functiona modules working, but struggling with how to write the application in CRM. My thoughts was to create a BSP, but struggling with where to create my BSP. Should I create the BSP in the ABAP workbench or should I use the BSP component workbench, or does anyone have any other thoughts what to use to create my application?

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2013 at 04:55 PM


    If The data you are accessing from ECC is storing in any custom database table,Then you can use RapidApplication development tool which creates the Screen in CRMUI.

    You can use component work bench tool and create a custom component and custom view with value nodes.

    In value nodes do_init_context or Do_prepare_output of the view you can call your RFC fuction modules to read the data from ECC and map it to CRM UI Fields

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  • Posted on Sep 30, 2013 at 11:24 AM


    You can use BSP component workbench to create your application. You can create your own component and then view with context node having the fields as per your requirement . In the do_prepare_output you can call your RFC FM and fill the data in the fields.

    Now you can Add your newly created component from the navigation bar .

    Please have a look on below thread for reference.

    Hope it helps.



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