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.NET Connector & Business Objects


I am sorry if this question is obvious and something I have overlooked, but all the answers so far have been somewhat arbitrary.

I have been told that the SAP .NET Connecter <b>V1.0</b> does <b>not</b> support BAPI's in the context of <b>Business Objects.</b> But that it <b>does</b> support BAPI's in the conext of simple <b>Function Modules</b>. BAPIs are implement as Function Modules.

I need to know if this is true. Can I access SAP's Business Objects via the .NET Connecter version 1.0 with BAPI?

Thankyou - your help is much appreciated.


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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2004 at 08:25 AM

    Hello Ryan,

    you are right that NCo 1.x doesn't natively support BOR and thus BAPIs. But as all BAPIs are implemented as RFC function modules, you can add all BAPI functions that make up a business object to a proxy class and customize them according to the rules from BOR (BOR defines how the functions should be renamed, the parameter order, parameter renaming and so on). Customizing can be done in the .SAPWSDL designer. The only thing you won't get with NCo 1.x is Keyfields.

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