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COM Connector (CCo) for SAP and AutoIt BAPI-Examples

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Hello community,

SAP offers different connectors to develop ABAP compatible components and applications. JCo for Java environments, NCo for dotNET languages and the NetWeaver RFC SDK for C++. But what's up if you work neither with Java or dotNET environments nor with C++?

Here is another alternative, CCo - the COM Connector for SAP. CCo is a COM library and offers wrappers around all functions of the SAP NetWeaver RFC library. So it is possible to use all functionalities of the SAP NetWeaver RFC library inside any language which is COM-enabled, like AutoIt. With CCo it is easily possible to use the SAP NetWeaver RFC functions inside AutoIt.

Hint: CCo has at the moment experimental character. Don't use it in production environments.

Hint: CCo needs SAP RFC SDK, you find it here, SAP passport required.

You find CCo here: cco.stschnell.de

You find a few examples how to use CCo here, in particular three examples in AutoIt Script how to call BAPI functions - here BAPI_USER_ * functions.

Cheers

Stefan

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