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JSP development using SAP WEB AS

Hello Friends,

I have few confisuions and would be great if some one help me in this regard,

Actually I listen the following presentation

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.km.cm.docs/documents/a1-8-4/building your own custom applications with sap web as.abst

the guy showed the possibilites of development using WEB AS. On slide "Two Personalities in One Application Server" he showed a Arch-diagram of Web AS of combining J2EE and ABAP worlds. Things are clear to me till here!

But when he came to JSP/J2EE development using Web AS 6.20, he start talking about SAP JCo using JSP. !

The diagram which in shows in the slides, gives me the idea that, we can do the programming and use the SAP Backend system using JSP similar too that of BSP ( means without using RFC calls). but he start discusing the JCO using WEB AS. ?

I would like to know that, is there any possibility that we can do JSP programming using WEB AS in similar way as BSP like without using RFC ?

I think I am clear engough, !

Many thanks!

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2004 at 08:59 PM

    Hello Marek

    You have to use SAP JCO only if you need to interact with an ABAP based system. If not you can use standard jsps calling java beans and jdbc. Hope that makes it clearer

    Regards

    Abdul

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