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Connector 2.0 and MS SAP Adapter for BTS2004

After some research in SAP and MS forums I can't find any related posts to our problem. We have installed the SAP .Net Connector 2.0 and MS SAP Adapter 2.0 Business Suite for MS BizTalk Server 2004 - and we can't generate schemas for BAPI/RFC anymore. We get the following error when the wizard tries to generate the schemas:

The schema generation encountered the following error(s):

1. Error occured while generating schema for :J_1BCALCULATE_TAXES

Error returned : c:\Documents and Settings\xxxx\Local Settings\Temp\pjf4yonc.0.cs(69,51) : error CS0246: The type or namespace name 'SAPConnection' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

I've been reading some posts about v2.0 and from what I can understand this version doesn't support the public interface SAPConnection anymore - it's been hidden within the actual proxy object instead?

If anyone can help, by pointing possible solutions and/or if the above statement is correct I would appreciate it.

regards: andreas

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  • Posted on Feb 01, 2005 at 10:05 AM

    The product you mentioned is developed by SAP, you might need to ask Microsoft for support. It seems that this product is not designed and tested with SAP .NET Connector 2.0.

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      Hi Andreas

      Do u hv any problem detecting the Receive Location? I registered the receive location for the SAP adapter and manage to detect it from SM59. When I test a BAPI or RFC with my remote destination, it dumps and says "FUNCTION NOT IMPLEMENTED".

      Do you know what's wrong? I suspect that the pipeline does not know which Function module to invoke.

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