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Using SLD to manage JCo connections


I've faced with the issue I can't resolve by myself:

we are using DC from SAP_JTECHS SC to get info about JCo from SLD.

Everything works fine on libraries for NW 2004 SP13. But now we have to upgrade our DTR libraries (SAP_JTECHS, SAP_BUILDT, SAP_JEE) to NW 2004s SP10. And this version restricts an access to DC via access list (,

So, I would like to ask you whether we have a way to overcome this restriction somehow, or are there any other DCs we can use to work with SLD programmatically ?

We are getting info from SLD using the way described here:

[Using SLD to manage JCo connections|]

Thank you beforehand for you answers !

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 07:09 AM

    Hi Ilya,

    I faced the same problem a while ago as well and created a customer message to try and resolve this (they changed multiple DC access lists). SAP's answer comes down to this: You cannot rely on undocumented services (there are no official Javadocs). Unfortunately there does not seem to be a different way of getting access to the SLD (like web services).

    I am aware of the document you mention, but although it's written by an SAP employee, it's not an official document.

    Your only (dirty) solution is to copy the jars of the DC(s) you want to use and make your own version of them, but refer to SAP's runtime libraries.

    Kind regards,


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