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JCO Programming and Importing Models


Before Web Dynpro we use to custom code calls to RFMs using JCO and this provided heaps of flexibility such as ABAP debug right through Java with setAbapDebug method and also view the population of structures through writeHTML or writeXML methods .

But with the model object these features seem to have become elusive . Any idea if these things are now possible

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    Posted on May 23, 2004 at 06:50 AM


    Firs of all you can continue to use Jco within or without Web Dynpro and get all the freedom you want.

    The second option is to assign custom Jco clients to the model using setJcoClient method. The Jco client can be customized in the way you want.

    Hope this helps.

    Best Regards,


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      ABAP Debug is now possible WITHOUT any coding. This solution is even better than using the setAbapDebug via JCO, as any JCO based application can now be debugged! If you are a customer or partner please see OSS Note 668256, if not, please let me know, so that I can post the information here.

      Hope that helps!


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