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Sap .NET connector with VB.net and BW

Hi all,

My consultation is on like connecting vb.net with Bw and R/3 and to obtain results.

In BW i need obtain the amount of registries that it contains a cube or a ods.

If somebody has any type of information on connecting itself or making consultations in R/3 or BW, really I will be been thankful.

Regards.

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2005 at 05:17 PM

    There have been a couple of samples for BW-use with NCo posted in our development area. Best you look here:

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/sdn/developerareas/dotnet.sdn?contenttype=query&content=bacsALL:a1-3-8-1:a1-3-8-1

    They are usually C#, but you should be easily able to translate them to VB.

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    • Former Member

      Thank you very much by your aid, it was of much support.

      You know where I can obtain information on the following subjects? :

      To execute programs from VB.net in R3

      To manipulate log of return of the programs in vb.net

      To complete tabalas in R3

      To run packages of loads of data in BW from VB.net

      or any thing related to the execution and consultations from VB.net in SAP (BW R/3).

      Thank you very much by its aid

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