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Web enable custom transaction

Hi Group,

I have a requirement to web enable a custom dialog transaction on the intranet/internet. I wanted to know whether it is possible and how much effort will it take.

What all possible solutions are available? What are the advantages of using one over the other.

Please let me know at the earliest.

Regards,

Ankur Bhandari

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2005 at 08:21 PM

    Possible solutions:

    1. Java Frontend ->Java Connector to interact with the SAP transaction

    2. .Net Frontend ->.Net Connector to interact with the SAP transaction

    3. BSP Frontend ->No Connector needed. Directly interact with the SAP database or call RFCs. You would new to be running WebAS 610 or higher.

    4. ITS WebGui. The existing transaction is screen/scraped and converted to HTML on the fly. (probably the least amount of work on the developer's part).

    There is lots of information on SDN detailing these different approaches.

    If you want a quick and dirty solution (especially if you already have an ITS), I would go with the WebGui. Otherwise it really depends upon which programming language and environment you feel most comfortable in. People who know me, know I would pick BSP.

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    • The EP IView technology really just sits on top of one of the technologies I described for web enabling an R/3 transaction. I have created some R/3 transaction IViews and they are easy to setup. However all they are doing is calling the JavaGui, SAPGui for Windows, or the ITS (WebGui).

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