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Bonita Documentation - Sap Jco3 - 2014-04-22

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Published on Bonita Documentation (http://documentation.bonitasoft.com) SAP JCo3 Product version: 6.3, 6.2, 6.1 Product edition: Efficiency Performance The SAP Java Connector is a toolkit that allows a Java application to communicate with any SAP system. It combines an easy to use API with unprecedented flexibility and performance. The package supports both Java to SAP System and SAP System to Java calls. Prerequisite You must have an SAP license and an SAP server to use the connector. JCo
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  Published on Bonita Documentation   (http://documentation.bonitasoft.com) SAP JCo3 Product version: 6.3, 6.2, 6.1 Product edition: EfficiencyPerformanceThe SAP Java Connector is a toolkit that allows a Java application to communicate with any SAP system. It combines an easy to use API with unprecedented flexibility and performance. The package supports both Java to SAP System and SAP System to Java calls. Prerequisite You must have an SAP license and an SAP server to use the connector. JCo 3 The SAP JCo3 connector can be used to call a SAP function (BAPI, RFC or ZBAPI).High-performance JNI-based RFC middleware.Supports R/3 3.1H and higher.Supports inbound (Java client calls BAPI or RFM) and outbound (ABAP calls Java server) calls.Supports synchronous, transactional (important for IDocs), and queued RFC.Supports client pooling (good for web servers).Has monitoring capabilities. Download and install the SAP connector .zip files To connect to an SAP system from Bonita BPM Studio, and have the correct graphic display, you must install the SAP .dll and .jar files onto your (Windows) machine. You must have an SAP User ID and password to enter the SAP Support Portal to download the files.Go here (you will need to login first) SAP Service marketplace.JCo 3: sapjco3-ntamd64-3.0.3Contents of sapjco-ntamd64-3.0.3.zip Readme.txt :contains instructions sapjco3.jar : must be installed in the libraries folder  sapjcorfc.dll : must be installed in the Windows32 folder javadoc : contains the .html help pages for installation examples : contains some examples How to use the contents of the .zip file 1.Extract the contents of the .zip file into a temporary directory, for example: C:\temp\sapijco3.2.Read the installation page provided with the sapjco distribution and follow the instructions.3.Put the sapjco3.jar file in the shared libraries directory of Bonita BPM, so that the jar is in the classloader used by the Bonita BPM Engine's.4.Put the native sapjco.dll or .so libraries in the java library path or the system path. How to import the SAP JCo3 library and make a request using an example function using the graphic display 1.Click Import SAPjco3.jar  , and use the browse dialog box to locate and select one of the .jar file2.Click Open   to import the .jar file contents3.Click OK   to reboot the machine and save the configuration.4.When the connector window is displayed, the import .jar file button will have disappeared. This is replaced by disabled  button. A .jar file cannot be imported twice.5.Fill in all the connection fields with the correct settings. Note that the SAP JCo 3 connector supports a single destination for all connector instances in Bonita BPM Engine.6.Once all the fields are filled, test the connection by clicking on the test  button.7.In the function definition window, only the function name is required.8.Click on the arrow at the end of the field to display a dropdown list of functions.9.Click on GET_SYSTEM_NAME  for example10.Click Next  11.This will display the Input Parameters  window12.Click Next  13.This will display the Ouput Parameters  window14.The GET_SYSTEM_NAME  is displayed to confirm the input is this function.15.Note: You can create a blank .html file on your c: drive, which will be filled with the output information from the SAP connector16.Enter the path to the .html file in the field called HTML File 17.Click Next  18.This will display a Ouput operations  window19.Click Finish  In the Bonita Subscription Pack, the SAP wizard has advanced features:You do not need to know the names of the functions by heart, as the functions are suggested in a dropdown menu.Filter functions by group: a dropdown list listing all the functions by groupFunction description: a dropdown list listing all the functions. Auto complete (just type  the first letter e.g. G to give a list of Get  functionsFunction name: dropdown list © 2014 Bonitasoft, Inc. All rights reserved.
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