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Connecting R/3 from ABAP stack of NetWeaver

Hi,

Is it possible to connect and call a BAPI in a R/3 from the ABAP stack of NetWeaver?

If yes, can someone provide some details on how it can be achieved.

Thanks,

raj

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    Posted on May 25, 2005 at 08:33 PM

    Well in a way you are right. R3 will never support Netweaver, you will have to upgrade to mySAP ERP to get Netweaver. To answer your question it is very easy ( trivial ) to call R3 BAPI from ABAP stack of Netweaver. You need to do following -

    1. Create an RFC destination for R3 in Netweaver ( ABAP Stack ).

    2. Call BAPI ( Functiona module BAPI_XXXX ) using this RFC destination.

    Hope this answers your question.

    Regards,

    Sanjeev

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      Hi Rajendra,

      For R3 4.7 version is the last version that SAP is going to support. This is on WAS 6.20, Netweaver 04 is based on WAS 6.40 and there is no plan to support R3 4.7 (Enterprise) on 6.40. So you will not be able to get Netweaver 04 unless you upgrade to mySAP ERP.

      I hope this answers your query.

      Regards,

      Sanjeev

  • Posted on May 25, 2005 at 08:42 AM

    ABAP stack of the netweaver is where the BAPI will be, where is the question of connecting comes?

    Can you be little more clear on your requirements.

    Regards

    Raja

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