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Problem in opening UI API

Hai expertise,

I am trying to open UI API, after installing client copy. I have executed <b>SAPbouiCOM.exe</b> file in the path mentioned below <b>"C:\Program Files\SAP Manage\SAP Business One\"</b>.

It is showing a dialouge box with the following feilds Form ID, Item Num, Row, Col and MenuUID and OK buttionin UI API. I am unable to type anything in that feilds??

Is it the licensing issue.. can we use UI API in trail version of 30 days period???

Can we write code in java to access database objects of SBO using DI API???

Where to use JCo to connect to mySAP solution??? If we are using JCo to connect to other server, will we need to register the file as add-on???

Regards,

govada chand.

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2007 at 06:50 AM

    >SAPboui.exe?

    The SAPbouiCOM.exe is COM based and should be accessed via a Programming language... the diablog box you see when executing it is just debug information... you arre not sussposed to enter values in it.

    >Can we write code in java to access database objects of SBO using DI API???

    Yes using the Java Connector.. Haven't tried it myself though... Just remember that you can only use Java to access the DI-API... Java can't access the UI-API since it doesn't have COM support...

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    • > can i have to sample code of DI API which is written in java to update any SBO Database object???

      No, Im sorry... I have never tried the Jco, but I guess there might be some samples if you install the SDK (C:\Program Files\SAP\SAP Business One SDK\Help\JCO.chm)

      >can i install DI API in client machine???

      If you have a client install it is automatically installed as well but you can also install a standalone version of the DI-API

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