Resource: The JCo utility cookbook

Working with SAP's Java Connector, JCo? Then you should check out this collection of handy utilities for working with RFC/BAPI interfaces when doing development with JCo. These truly are development utilities in the sense that their intent is to provide generic support for almost any programming effort that utilizes JCo to interface with SAP.

The following utilities represent some useful tips and techniques for working with RFC/BAPI interfaces when developing with SAP's Java Connector, JCo. These truly are development utilities in the sense that their intent is to provide generic support for almost any programming effort that utilizes JCo to interface with SAP.

Although each one is fully functional "out of the box", I fully expect that you, as the developer, will tailor each to your own individual needs. In actuality, these tools are the ones that I am always searching for through my own development library every time I start a new JCo/SAP project. This checklist is meant to be an easy-to-use reference whenever you need one of these functions and can't quite remember which project/CD/source control system that utility is stored in.


THE JCO UTILITY COOKBOOK

  Home: Introduction
 Part 1: Writing an RFC structure to XML
 Part 2: Generating metadata for an RFC structure
 Part 3: Load testing SAP with JCo
 Part 4: Creating a serialized RFC interface
 Review: Conclusion and more resources

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Austin Sincock, technical author and SAP/Java evangelist
Austin Sincock is a freelance SAP integration architect, specializing in high performance Java development for SAP. He is also the author of Enterprise Java for SAP.
Copyright 2005 TechTarget
This was last published in August 2005

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