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Controling SAP FrontEnd Login from Windows Form

I'm trying to create an interface that will allow another system to interact with my component which will then force a login to the SAPGUI and pass along specific parameters that will bring up the appropriate transaction in the SAPGUI.

This was done before in a pre 6.20 version of SAPGUI with and much older version of VB. It seems that the active x object from the old version is not available any longer. Anyone have an idea what the equivalent is in the latest version of the GUI?


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  • Posted on Jan 26, 2005 at 08:30 AM

    I don't exactly understand what you mean. However, you can use any Connector (including SAP .NET Connector) with connection string parameter "USE_SAPGUI" (in NCo use Destination's SAPGui property) to start a SAPGUI with your application. Whenever you call a function that reuqires user interaction, SAPGUI window will become visible.

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