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microsoft-sap .NET connector

Team,

I'm wondering if anybody can explain where the following http://www.microsoft-sap.com/ fits into the Netweaver strategy?

If i need to connect from .NET is the above the preferred solution? Any benifits or limitations i should know about?

Cheers

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    Posted on Mar 01, 2004 at 02:31 AM

    after a bit more reading this is the stock standard .NET Netweaver Connector from SAP - obviously codeveloped with Microsoft. My next question is does this fit in with Eclipse and the use of it in the netweaver suite? My guess is .NET and Eclipse are miles apart, and that the .NET connector is to be used from Visual Studio .NET.

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    Posted on Mar 18, 2004 at 03:11 PM

    Hi matthew,

    SAP.NET Connector is very closesly integrated within VS.NET. If You want to use the generated Proxy-Classes

    (DLL's based on RFC-Modules in SAP) you have to install in addition C# as .NET-Language!

    Becouse SAP .NetConnector creates only C#-Code.

    But after generating the assembly You can use it within every .NET-Language.

    Good Luck Michael

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