Few months ago, I’ve been to an SAP migration project, where we had to migrate a large amount variant configuration master data. Hundreds of characteristics, several thousands of object dependencies (CU01/CU02). Dependencies with roughly 100.000
From some for us yet unknown reason, suddenly, all the quick views (SQVI) from one of our productive system disappeared. Hundreds of quick views (3400 in total). After short investigation we found a strange phenomenon.
This blog and below code has been inspired by this post: Extract data from SAP table / query by Takahiro Kubo. My other motivations was, that apparently there is still a lot of people fascinated
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Consider the below code for educational purposes only. Avoid using RFC_READ_TABLE as it’s not released by SAP – see note 382318 – FAQ|Function module RFC_READ_TABLE. Find below a simple RFC_READ_TABLE call using the SAP .net
Consider the below code for educational purposes only. Avoid using RFC_READ_TABLE as it’s not released by SAP – see note 382318 – FAQ|Function module RFC_READ_TABLE. A piece of code, that has been for sure posted
Hi, I’ve seen many examples of IDestinationConfiguration implementations, where the connection details are more or less hard-coded. Find below an example, where a MS SQL Server table is used as storage for connection parameters: public