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Export of RFC Model to Java Project DC ?

I've got a Web Dynpro project where I used the Wizard to import an RFC Model. Now my client has this requirement that all Web Dynpro Models should be based on Command Beans that reside inside their own separate java DCs.

My question : is it possible to export my RFC Models packages and folders (along with my other Model classes) to a java DC project - to be later reimported back into the Web Dynpro project ?

Thanks for any input on this

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  • Jun 13, 2007 at 03:04 AM

    Hi Romeo,

    To answer your question first there is no standard supported way in which you could expose RFC Model in seperate Java DCs.

    If the question is just to have the classes (proxy) created for RFC to connect to r/3 and get the data then you could use SAP Enterprise Connector, but i would not recommand that as you loose out the complete declarative way of using RFC and so called CMI Model support for Web Dynpro.

    Secondly if RFC Model which you are planning to expose as part of java dc has to be consumed in Web Dynpro then i do not understand the need why some one will require to expose the RFC Model in Java DC and the inherit concept of RFC Model is related to Web Dynpro and not with normal Java DC thus its a matter of choice do you want to use plaiin java classes without Model driven approach or more declarative way as in case of Web Dynpro.


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