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Differences among BDC , BAPI AND ALE

<b>HI Everybody,

BDC , LSMW are used for data migration , Can we do the same thing using BAPI .

Ale is used for cross application , Can we use bapi for this purpose ..

And Im using BAPI BAPI_CREATE_SALES_ORDER .. for creating sales order , can you tell me how to use the BAPI function for above mention ( Sales order ) .

Wt are the steps we hav to follow for this task ...

How to do the same thing for OPEN SALES ORDER ,

And is there anything like OPEN Purchase Order .

Regards ,

Narender B</b>

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 03:37 AM

    Hi,

    BAPI programming guide is below..

    U can go through it...

    http://help.sap.com/printdocu/core/Print46c/en/data/pdf/CABFABAPIREF/CABFABAPIPG.pdf">>

    BAPI is an method to define a SAP Business Object.

    It let's us integrate all the other external components to R/3.

    It provides us an access externally to extract the data.

    An alternative to BDC.

    A Function Module which is RFC enabled is called as BAPI.

    All errors will be captured in RETURN structure as BAPI won't return any sy-subrc value.Hence,not all Functional Modules which are RFC enabled can be termed as BAPI.

    cheers,

    Simha.

    Reward if found helpful..

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