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SAP Java Proxy Generator

Hi all,

Has someone any idea about the existence of a Java Proxy Generator for BAPI's en RFM's? I saw it already mentioned when they introduced the SAP Jco in 2001 but it was then together with the IDE of Borland (JBuilder). So I presume it was specific for this IDE.

Also it seems that the J2EE part of the WAS (have no idea about release) will have a proxy generator.

But if i download the SAP Jco from the SAP Service Marketplace it seems not included. Can I get it somewhere else ? Or is it not available anymore?

Best regards,

BV.

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  • Posted on Mar 03, 2004 at 12:52 PM

    Hello Bart,

    the proxy generator is included with NetWeaver Developer Studio and can be used in there. The studio is part of the sneak preview of Web Application Server, that can be downloaded from this site.

    Regards,

    Benny

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    Posted on Mar 04, 2004 at 08:50 AM

    Hi!

    > Has someone any idea about the existence of a Java

    > Proxy Generator for BAPI's en RFM's? I saw it already

    > mentioned when they introduced the SAP Jco in 2001

    > but it was then together with the IDE of Borland

    > (JBuilder). So I presume it was specific for this

    > IDE.

    No, for WAS 6.20 there was a plugin-in for JBuilder but you were also able to run the SAP Java Proxy Generator independently from JBuilder. You find it on the WAS 6.20 installation CDs.

    For WAS 6.30/6.40 the SAP Java Proxy Generator is included in the SAP Netweaver Developer Studio which comes with the WAS 6.30/6.40 sneak preview installations. Go to File -> Import -> Import RFC Modules from R/3.

    Regards, Tanja

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    Posted on Mar 05, 2004 at 05:23 PM

    Well thanks for your reply. I will download for sure this Netweaver IDE.

    Regards,

    BV.

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