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SAP back-end call to WebAS?

Is it possible to make a calls from multiple r/3 RFCs via sm59 destination to the J2EE side of WebAS without implementing a JCO.Server instance in the EJB module?

Or do you basically have the same application components as a standalone RFC Server implementation?

I am building an application that will call remote functions from R/3, do some work, call third party webservices, do some more work, return to R/3.

Can I do this with EJBs deployed in the WebAS?

Thanks in advance,


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    Posted on Dec 08, 2004 at 02:12 PM

    Yes. There is a special kind of SLSB for this purpose that uses the JCO RFC Provider Service in WAS. But this uses the JCO.Server class!

    See this post.




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