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Interfacing 3rd Party applicaion with SAP using SAP.NET Connector

Dear SAP professionals,

I am a NON SAP customer. My requirement is to push data from our applications(.NET) to SAP using SAP.Netconnector. Especially for material master header data. {Material creation transaction (MM01)}. My question is, Whether I should buy any certificate or any license formalities to opt this SAP.NETConnector from SAP and for this interface? I don't want to go for XI or PI integration.

If Yes explain the procedure.

Thanks in advance.

With Regards,


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    Posted on Nov 07, 2012 at 07:16 PM

    Hi Janaraja,

    SAP ICC offers the integration certification for released products only. You can find out more about the certification process by emailing

    To answer your question, no you don't have to buy a license. You can find the SAP .NET connector on

    Best regards,


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    • Hi Janaraja,

      Your welcome. Your follow-up questions are non-technical but more related to the specificity of your business situation. For this reason, you may want to direct them to your client and ask them to review their agreement regarding usage and dsitribution of SAP connector. Or they can discuss this with their Partner Service Advisor.The certification seems to be an IA certification (see here). If you wish to learn more about certification then you can contact and talk to a representative who will be able to adress these questions directly. Please proceed as suggested. Thank you.



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