If the table is a custom table that you have built in SAP, you will need to create a new RFC in the function builder
that updates your custom table appropriately. In any case, JCo makes it easy to interface with SAP, through Java, using an RFC/BAPI, whether standard or custom. Once you have the interface identified, JCo allows you to retrieve a Java representation of that interface, input the appropriate parameters, structures, and tables, then commit these changes directly to the business object or custom table, as required.
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