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How do BAPIs differ from RFC?

RFC Function model have a remote access facility, so why did SAP develop BAPI, asks a reader. Matt Billingham explains.

How do BAPIs differ from RFC? RFC Function model have a remote access facility, so why did SAP develop BAPI?
BAPIs are a subset of RFCs, that can be accessed through transaction BAPI (Business Object Repository). The interface of a BAPI is more restricted than for a function module. SAP guarantees not to change the BAPI interfaces over a couple of releases.
This was last published in August 2004

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