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Access SAP via J2EE

 
Zkr Ryz
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Hi everybody this a simply question,
does any fo you know if theres a way to access a SAP system using J2EE,( beans, EJB, or other technology )?
I've search on the SAP site, and there's a
SAPJCO ( SAP Java Connector ), but it doesn't says something useful.
Is there a way ? or there's absolutely no way to do this ?
Thanks Zkr Ryz
 
Kyle Brown
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Well, IBM has a JCA-compliant SAP connector as part of its VisualAge for Java Enterprise Edition product. Check the IBM website for details.
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Marcos Maia
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Hi,
BEA�s WebLogic also provide a solution for this problem, take a look at:
http://www.bea.com/press/releases/1998/0323_SAP_R3_print.shtml
and look for SAP connectors on bea site.
regards.
 
Zkr Ryz
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Thanks Kyle, Marcos I'll take a look to the links you gave me
 
carlos sanchez
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Hi,
I'm dealing with this JCo (Java connector for SAP). I'm sure you can download it from the net. Once you've got it It's very simple, install the librfc.dll in the system32 directory and place sapjco.jar in the classpath and off you go inheriting classes in your programs.
The other way(the one I'm developing SAP->JAVA) is pretty more difficult, but I'm sure you can make it.
Bye.
This is a link to a FAQ where a german guy who knows a lot ( may be one of the developers of JCo) is answering.
http://searchsap.techtarget.com/search/1,293876,sid21,00.html?query=jco&lg=f
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