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Daabase used in R3

Hi,

I am from JAVA,J2EE background and i have recently shifted to Webdynpro for Java .

While doing coding in JAVA , we were using Oracle or SQL Server as the back-end database where all the tables and releted data were being stored .

In Webdynpro i am accessing backend R3 through BAPIs .

My doubt is what is the databse being used by SAP for storing all the records

and data .

Thanks .

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    Former Member
    Jun 13, 2007 at 03:59 AM

    Hi kl,

    The R/3 architecture is comprised of application and database servers. The application servers house the software and the database servers handle document updates and master file databases. R/3 comes prepackaged with the core business applications needed by most large corporations. These applications coexist in one homogenous environment. They are designed from the ground up to run using a single database and one (very large) set of tables. Current production database sizes range from 12 gigabytes to near 3 terabytes. Around 8,000 database tables are shipped with the standard delivery R/3 product. SAP R/3 runs on several databases Oracle, Adabas D, Informix, DB2 for UNIX, DB2/400, Microsoft's SQL Server 6.0.

    If you need any help regarding accessing backend R3 through BAPIs then let me know..Will surely help you out.. Please reward points if it helps..

    Thanks and Regards

    Avijit

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