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How does the user mapping work for webdypro

Dear EP expert,

Do anyone know how can i map user with backend R/3 for webdypro?

Thanks

Regards,

Bryan

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 04:44 AM

    Hi Brian,

    When you import a BAPI in webdynpro it

    go to NWDS and create a project or application there you can find model right click on model and click on create model it will ask for JCo connection names through which you want to call the BAPI, and in the next screen you need to give userid and password.

    And that is the only place where we give user and also while logon.

    Parth: I said the same thing as you said but a little in detail.

    Regards,

    Pramod

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 07:17 AM

    If you want to perform user mapping for a SYSTEM ALIAS then go to system administration select the particular user.Select user mapping tab.perform user mapping for that particular user by providing proper credentials for the SYSTEM ALIAS.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 04:12 AM

    hi Bryan,

    "how can i map user with backend R/3 for webdypro"- Can you please let me know for what purpose you are using R/3 -- if ur using for BAPI then while calling Bapi through dynpro it asks you Username and Password for you R/3

    regards

    Parth

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      Dear all,

      As like iView, we need to map the user in front end with the user in backend using the system alias. I am wondering how to does the user mapping work for webdypro. Do i need to map the user using JCo connection?

      Thanks

      Regards,

      Bryan

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