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how to invoke command from unix server.

i have such a command as following under unix environment.that can be execute successful directly.

. /etc/env.sh && $BACK/bin/doWith -U<b>username</b> -P<b>password</b> -Drecord -id <b>11</b>

the function is to update a record which id is qual to 11.

i don't know how to invoke such a command in my web dynpro+java project.

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2006 at 05:46 AM

    Hi,

    If you are trying to call this command on you R/3 applications server from wendynpro then it is possible using RFC. You need to do external command configuration in SAP which will allow you to execute the unix commands.

    If you just want to update a file on unix server then create and RFC enabled function that can do this task then use that as model in your webdynpro.

    Regards,

    Chintamani

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      hi,Chintamani R Chitnis

      can u tell it more clearly;

      in fact:

      in my unix server,some codes is already finished before.so u only to invoke it with some parameters(e.g.:id).that would be do some counting and update DB.

      so the "command" i refer to is a executable file(no java code file) in unix sever

      now my requirement is:

      <b> i have a button in my view.i click it.then invoke the unix server code and passed parameter(id) to them.</b>

      but how to do it?

      expecting u reply!

      thanks in advance.

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