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extracting data from sap to java application using JCO

Hi,

I am new to sap and wanted to know what is the procedure to extract data from based on the java application client (user defined input from different tables of sap) input and need to manage huge data meaning reading millions of records.kindly help me how to handle this in ABAP.

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2007 at 06:26 AM
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    Posted on Apr 19, 2007 at 05:49 AM

    Hi,

    Thanks for providing me the information ,but i need more information how in sap to retrive the data based on the java clients having sap tables and it allows the user to input selcted columns from more than one table and based on this i need to code in abap in such way that it should retrive data (using open sql query) and dynamic iinput is given to the sap ,need to maintain batch of data.

    if your able to provide detailed information it will be hrlpful for me

    Thanks,

    jahnavi

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      Hi jahnavi,

      I think your problem is not to use the JCO to communicate to SAP but how to retrieve the data in the selection you want is that right?

      if so you need to build a RFC enable Function Module in SAP that uses dinamic OpenSQL just like SQL.

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