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Call BAPI's from a standalone WAS

Hi folks,

We have a standalone WebAS 6.20 and want to call BAPI's in an R/3 4.6c.

The WebAS is "empty" meaning I don't have the dictionary objects, that the BAPI uses, available (e.g. structures, tables, domains). Is there a way to make our WebAS knowing the dictionary objects of the R/3 system? Or do I have to recreate all the structures in the WebAS Repository as "ZBAPISDITM..."?

Or is it suitable with the SAP license to transport the structures to the WebAS?

Anyone a proposal?

Cheers,

Jürgen

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  • Posted on Jun 02, 2004 at 04:26 PM

    I use the BAPI Browser in 620 to do just what you are describing. It will create local types for all the interface parameters of your BAPI call. You can then cut and paste these types into your code. If you pull up a BSP application in SE80, you can get to the BAPI Browser from the Menu GOTO->BAPI Browser or CTRL-SHIFT-F1.

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