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Access of R/3

Hi Guys, I have got a few questions to ask as I am very new to Web Dynpro development.

To access the R/3 systems, I need to use the Jconnector and create a BAPI on the R/3 side right? And this there any other way to do it?

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 04:57 PM

    Yes

    The easiest and quick way is to call the RFC/ BAPI and create the model and access it, there are also other ways like using web services either from webdynpro side or from SAP also, creating them, xml generation and accessing through the WSDL files. If you have any specific issues let us know, thanks, sathya

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 05:16 AM

    Hi Conrad,

    To access SAP R/3 from Webdynpro. You need to do some additional tasks.

    1. Create SLD on server.

    2. Create JCO connection for Matadata instance and RFC matadata.

    Do above steps if they are not done.

    Now in webdynpro application do the following :

    1. Create model by right clicking on the models.

    2. Give model name and package path.

    3. Specify SAP R/3 system's information.

    4. Specify Bapi name(Function module with RFC enable).

    Now you can use this model in your application.

    You can find steps to create such application in Help contents of the Netweaver developer studio as well.

    Regards,

    Bhavik

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