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  • Question

  • User-1970872809 posted

    Hi all,

    I'm designing a new application for one of our customers. There will be direct interaction between the SAP ERP system and the .NET application.
    We want to use the SAP Connector for .NET to establish communication between SAP and .NET.

    It looks like it works fine. Now I have the following questions for any developers out there that have used the SAP Connector for .NET in the past:

    • Is it a stable solution? For example: No unexpected terminated connections?
    • What about performance? I think it interacts 4 times a minute with SAP (RFC) in our implementation
    • Looks like the development environment integration only works with Studio.NET 2003 and not with Studio 2005. Am I right?

    Any answers would be welcome!

    Kind regards,

     Davy de Jong

    Thursday, January 18, 2007 8:58 AM

All replies

  • User-1461668259 posted

    We have been working a lot with this product, give it a try. Works excellent with VS 2005

     Link: http://www.softwise.com.ar/products.php?pid=SWSE

    Sunday, September 30, 2007 12:33 AM
  • User-24386821 posted

    Visual studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 support seems a fact now:

     

    >There's a new tool available for Visual Sudio 2008 and 2005 (And Visual Studio 2010 will be supported shortly). I've requested trial and it worked just fine and has lower prices than other tools >available in the market. The feature set is very complete as well (RFC documentation, code snippets, RFC Servers).

    >It also seems to be using the latest version of librfc32.dll (allowing more than 8-chars passwords, compatibility with Unicode and 64-bit systems)

    >Here's the link: SAP® Explorer & Proxy Generator 2008 (from http://www.aconcaguait.com/)

     

    Friday, November 13, 2009 8:21 AM
  • User-25631024 posted

    Para que funcione SAP Connector en un ambiente de 64 bits seguir los siguientes pasos:

    1.- Dirigirse a las propiedades del proyecto que esten desarrollando (usumimos que ya hemos generado la conexión a SAP con .NET 2003 con Framework 1.1)
    2.- Luego en la sección "Build" de nuestro proyecto ubicamos la opción "Platform target" y escogemos "x86"
    3.- Asumimos que contamos con las siguientes dll traidas desde la carpeta c:\Windows\System32 de nuestro ambiente de 32bits: librfc32.dll, msvcp71.dll, msvcr71.dll, SAP.Connector.dll y SAP.Conector.Rfc.dll

    4.- Copiar el archivo librfc32.dll hacia la siguiente ruta C:\WINDOWS\system
    5.- Copiar el archivo msvcp71.dll hacia la siguiente ruta C:\WINDOWS\system32
    6.- Copiar los archivos msvcp71.dll y msvcr71.dll hacia la siguiente ruta C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64
    7.- Arrastrar los archivos SAP.Connector.dll y SAP.Conector.Rfc.dll hacia la siguiente ruta C:\WINDOWS\assembly

    Si fuera necesario descarguense antes el "Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x64)" desde la pagina de microsoft, este archivo contiene dlls necesarias para un ambiente donde no se tiene instalado VS 2008.

    Con eso me funcionó sin ningun problema.

    Compartanlo!!! 

    Friday, January 15, 2010 10:34 AM