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Difference between RFC function module and BAPI functon module

Hi to all,

I know one difference.When we are trying to call rfc function module

CALL FUNCTION FUNCTIONNAME DESTINATION DESTIBATIONNAME

But when we call BAPI function module no need to put DESTINATION addition.

Is there any other difference

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2004 at 12:07 PM

    Irrespective of whether you use RFC or BAPI, if you calling from different system then, you can to specify the destination which is a RFC destination pointing to the target system.

    As far other difference concerened please do search the forum, it has been discussed many times here.

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    Raja

    PS:- I see this is your first post here. Welcome to SDN.

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2004 at 12:21 PM

    Hi Pulagam

    BAPIs are implemented so as to be also callable remotely. In fact this is a basic feature of a BAPI since they are also considered for integration issues.

    As all RFC function modules, if you are calling it within the system, there is no need to specify a destination; and if it is an external system calling the BAPI (thus an remote-enabled FM), you must require the destination.

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