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C++ vs. Java for RFC/BAPI programming

If I can and have a option to use RFC/BAPI programming in C++ or Java, which should I choose? I have felt considerably lesser performance with JCo than C++. Also, what is the advantage of using JCo over using C++ with the DCOM-CC? Does JCO provide all the performance features of DCOM-CC?

If I can and have a option to use RFC/BAPI programming in C++ or Java, which should I choose? I have felt considerably...

lesser performance with JCo than C++. Also, what is the advantage of using JCo over using C++ with the DCOM-CC? Does JCO provide all the performance features of DCOM-CC?


I think that JCo is fast enough. You have to build your application in C(++), using the native library (LIBRFC), and write very good code to beat JCo's performance. DCOM Connector is usually not (much) faster than JCo.


This was last published in October 2001

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