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Can we bypass SLD

I have a question related to SLD; as per my understanding SLD is essential to connect to various systems. For e.g.) If I need to connect to SAP R/3 system using a WebDynpro application, I need to set up an SLD to connect to R/3 system.

My question is; can we directly use JCO connection with out having to go via the SLD? (Currently we have some web applications in which we are connecting to R/3 system using JCO). Direct JCO connection also works through the proxies (generated using Visual Age for Java). Since we already have this setup, can we bypass SLD?

Thanks.

Deepak Shankar

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2006 at 03:23 PM

    You say: Can we directly use JCO connection with out having to go via the SLD?

    Just try it, and you have the answer.

    I think yes.

    SLD permit the mapping of portal user to backend system.

    No one avoid to use classic JCO jar file into a WebDynpro.

    But like in all thing, you will have the ADVANTAGE and DISADVANTAGE.

    Bye 😉

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  • Posted on Mar 24, 2006 at 04:19 PM

    Hi Deepak,

    Have you managed to make it run without SLD ?

    I'm looking for the same thing. I know how to dynamically

    change the Jco destination but onlyif the destinations

    have been previously set in the Content Administrator.

    I'd like to avoid this useless step.

    Thanks,

    Thierry

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