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Connection String for SAP ECC with an SSL connection??

Hi

I need to know how to connect to SAP ECC using an SSL connection. I would really appreciate if some one could provide a sample connection string.

Also can any could provide me with the format of the connection string for connecting to SAP ECC from .Net connnector?

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thanks

sathish

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    Oct 12, 2007 at 08:24 AM

    Hi

    You can do this via a saprouter.

    The ip address of the saprouter has to be given in the logon pad in SapRouter String.

    Pl check the following sapnotes.

    Install Saprouter Sap note 30289

    Remote connection: SAP note 14716

    Log on to Online Service System: SAP note 17285

    SAProuter: SAP note 30289

    Security aspects for remote access: SAP note 46902

    Pl award suitably if resolved.

    Regards

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    Oct 12, 2007 at 11:27 AM

    Hi,

    Where inside ECC to you want to connect with SSL ?

    Webgui ?

    BSP application ?

    Call a web service ?

    etc...

    Regards,

    Olivier

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      Hi Olivier

      To be specific, we have an application(.Net) which uses SAP as backend and retrieves the data from SAP using RFC and BAPI's. Well everything works fine with SAP R/3(where using the connection string and SAPConnector we could establish connection and call the RFC/BAPI).

      When it comes to SAP ECC we have no idea about the connection string or how to connect using SAPConnector. I knew that ECC uses a secured connection so i want to know how to connect to SAP ECC using .Net Connnector.

      For the SSL could you tell me how exactly can we apply that to the above described situation?

      thanks

      sathish