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Can we use BDC in Fiori Approach #1 - for Conventional ABAP Approach ?

Dear Users ,

I need to create FIORI from from RFC using SEGW - but RFC is using BDC approach to post data instead of BAPI .Just wanted to know if this BDC approach would be compatible with FIORI .

Thanks for help in Advance!

With Regards,
Sanjeev

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2020 at 12:42 PM

    You can use bdc, but make sure u run the bdc in background and not in foreground task.

    And always check if any bapi is there, if it's not there, then only go with bdc.

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