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Tip of the Day
Language: Java
Expertise: Intermediate
Sep 18, 2007

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Calling an SAP Function Module from Java

To call an SAP function module from a Java application, you first need SAP JCo (Java Connector); you can download it from SAP's site, though you need an account to do so.

To actually open the connection, use the tip code shown here.


Class jcoClass = Class.forName("com.sap.mw.jco.JCO", true, this.getClass().getClassLoader());

Client client = JCO.createClient(clientNumber, user, passWord, lang, host, systemId);
//all parameters are strings
client.connect();

Repository repository = new JCO.Repository("SAP", client);

IFunctionTemplate functionTemplate = repository.getFunctionTemplate
("YOUR_FUNCTIONAL_MODULE_NAME");

Function function = functionTemplate.getFunction();
ParameterList parameterList = function.getImportParameterList();
parameterList.setValue("value1", "INPUT_PARAM_NAME");
parameterList.setValue("value2", "INPUT_PARAM_NAME2");
client.execute(function);
Miklos Szurap
 
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