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Javadoc for JCo proxy classes

I am using SAP Enterprise Connector to generate JCo proxy classes. There is a handy method in toXML(), but it is depricated and I don't have the documentation to read up on it's intended use. I am using this method to trace the data sent to an RFC call and the response received before I parse the results.

There are other non-depricated toXML(String), toXML(String, String) methods, but I cannot find the JavaDoc or source code for AbstractType in order to see how they are used.

Is the documentation or source code available?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 24, 2004 at 07:06 AM

    Hi Michael,

    there is API documentation available on the SDN. The API docs of the SAP Java Connector is located here:

    In general, API docs of Web AS 6.40 and EP components is available here:

    Hope that helps!



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    • Former Member Michael Hill

      Hi Michael,

      there are 4 toXml methods in this class.

      Two of them are deprecated:

      <i>final public String toXml()</i>

      <i>final public String toXml(String tagName)</i>

      The other two methods are:

      <i>final public String toXml(String tagName, String namespace)</i>

      <i>final public String toXml(String tagName, String namespace, OutputStream xmlStream)</i>

      If you want the same output as from toXML() - just call toXML(null, null).


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