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SAP and Informatica PowerCentre Adapter.


If anyone here has used this adapter from Informatica to connect to SAP, I will appreciate any help in:

1. identification of the SAP tables required to browse to meet Informatica powerconnectÂ’s information quality.

2. Identification of the various Bapi's that Informatica Powerconnect reads.

3. Identification of the various IDOCS's that Informatica Powerconnect reads.

Thanking you.

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 04:47 PM


    Generally any adapter used to connect to SAP needs to be deployed in your non-sap system .From there it can connect to SAP using some system-level user id(defined in SAP),password ,sap system Ip address with system number.

    This should give you access to SAP system data.

    Now next step is finding right services to enable you to view what functions you can use it from informatica.The adapter interface will give you details of the available services from SAP source(This can be combination of RFCs defined in SAP & standard RFCs & BAPIs).


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