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retrieve data from different systems to BSP application


i experienced a good deal with BSP on one system. Now I face the challenge of creating a BSP application for an intranet - right now, i am not sure about the system landsape but i assume <b>there will be different systems from which the BSP application retrieves data</b>. This means, there are db-tables on different systems which have to be addressed by this central BSP application.

I assume a solution, where you have your input data organized centrally should be helpful. Or would you rather suggest to retrieve data from the corresponding systems via RFCs or BAPI?

Anyone out there who has experience in such a scenario?

thanx in advance, matthias

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2005 at 12:01 PM

    Either you have to rebuild all your data tables and place them centrally in which case no reason to even have other systems OR you use RFC destination calls.

    I currently have applications communicating with 113 different systems trhoughout our landscape all by use of RFC calls. I access the remote FM's on the target system and retreive my data.

    With the 6.40 platform I understand this process can be easier but the 6.20 platform works just fine, I create the RFC destination I need dynamically and then destroy it when I am done, or I use static RFC destination from transaction sm59.

    Basically what I am saying is your best choice and most practical choice is the accessing the system containing data via RFC.

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