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DI guide file ".chm"

Hi friends

I've a bad problem.

I use the demo version of SBO2004 but i not have the DI guide.

In my OS windows menu exists the link to the 6.5 guide (SDK_DI_65_SP1_EN.chm) but the linked file doesn't exist.

How can i do to obtain a DI guide?

Could someone give me help?

I also accept directly the file in

Thank you very much.


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    Posted on Jan 31, 2005 at 04:05 PM

    We (customer) are running a fully licensed 2004 installation. Our service partner doesn't give us access to the sap marketplace.

    How can we get access to the 2004 DI API documentation? We need it quite desperately now...

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    • Former Member Ibai Peña


      In fact we have an agreement with our service provider: We are allowed to continue development of an addon the provider had once started. The whole stuff has already grown to some complexity; it's far beyond skinning or implementation of small helpers. Our development rather adds new processes and entities to SBO (if anyone is interested I could post a short list of features in a new thread, just as hints for fellow developers). Fortunately with 6.7 several shortcomings have been eliminated. Unfortunately documentation is as essential as ever...

  • Posted on Nov 05, 2004 at 10:46 AM

    Hi Giammichele,

    There is quite a lot of stuff in the smb markeplace, but you must have a login and a password. I think all partners have them.

    Look in the Solution DevelopmentSap Business OneSoftware Development KitDownloads area.


    Ibai Peñ

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