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Create BSP application for 4.6C HR system

Can you confirm the following is possible?

We would like to build BSP applications on a stand alone WAS server connecting to an SAP HR 4.6C system for data processing.

Thanks,

Johnny

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2004 at 05:36 AM

    We do something similiar not specifically with HR but with everything else at the moment. Our HR people haven't made it onto the "list" yet 😊 and I don't think there's anything about the HR that would not allow it to be accessed remotely.

    Within the BSP we do

    call function [FUNCTION NAME] destination [RFC DESTINATION]

    For example you can use the RFC_READ_TABLE to access data from the target system and return it to your BSP.

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  • Posted on Mar 31, 2004 at 11:06 AM

    Hello Johnny,

    definitely you can do this. The only "problem" is that all information must be retrieved by RFC enabled Function Modules.

    Regards

    Gregor

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2004 at 05:13 PM

    Thank you for the confirmation. This helps a lot.

    Johnny

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2004 at 09:15 PM

    Hi.

    Remember that Web Application Server is a platform which you can develop for a INTRANET or INTERNET. If you nedd to develop one application for HR you can develop and connect to R/3 via RFC (Remote Function Call) or maybe Idocs, you have others ways: Jco, Java, you can use too netWeaver, wenDinpro, WinMachine but only if you're a expert or advanced developer.

    Try finding information in the Web Application Server Area.

    Good Luck!

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