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call existing RFC/BAPI from .NET server component

Hello all,

I would like to send information from an FI document to a .NET server component when some of the data changes on the SAP side. I have downloaded the SAP .NET connector and understand the examples using the RFC_CUSTOMER_GET test ABAP program. But I do not understand how to invoke server component mapped to an existing RFC/BAPI when a user changes the data via the SAP GUI.

Please point me in the right direction...


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    Posted on Jan 03, 2005 at 06:41 AM

    As I understand your Problem the check if an user has changed data must be done in an ABAP-Program. Because you call the Server-Component also from a ABAP-Program within SAP. Therefor you write a little ABAP which checks the data for changes and if the data was changed, you call the Server Component.

    Hope I could help you.



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      Thank you for your answer. Here is the senarios..

      A customer wants to send data to a third party application when a user modifies some information on a business object (ie PO Amount, Employee Name etc). How can you trap this change as close to realtime as possible within SAP?

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