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Java documentation??

Hello there

Is it correct that there do NOT exist ANY documentation for the java-wrapper classes??

(Please do not answer with the DI here, I am only interested in the UI)

And even worse, NOT ANY single little example of using the wrapper-classes??

It is a little-bit difficult to using the java interface without knowing anything about the input-parameters and what the classes/methods is supposed to do :o(

But of course if SAP do not want anybody to use the interface, then why have the work to develop it?

Maybe i have misunderstand the use of the wrapper-classes, is it intended for the UI?

(Yes it would be nice if someone from SAP could answer)

Best regards

Peter Makki

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2004 at 10:10 AM

    Well, I'm not from SAP but I can tell you that it's not possible to access to the application using Java.

    you can only access to the database (create a connection, create a recordset)

    You won't be able to show forms of modify the application client.

    As you say there is only the DI help, because there is no UI for JAVA

    you can see this post

    add-on-registration-java

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2004 at 01:59 PM

    Hello Sebastian

    Thanks for your answer.

    That explains why I can not get it to work :o)

    Best regards

    Peter Makki

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