You never want to make a SQL call against the SAP database directly. Instead, SAP provides a set of RFCs to read and update SAP tables directly. Check out the read and update RFCs to make your changes. You can actual use SQL-style clauses within these RFCs, so if SQL is your area, then you have no problems using these RFCs.
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