Data Integration Connections

Data Integration Connections

SAP BAPI Connection Properties

SAP BAPI Connection Properties

The following table defines the SAP BAPI connection properties that you must configure on the
Connection Settings
section:
Connection Property
Description
Username
Required. SAP user name with authorization on S_DATASET, S_TABU_DIS, S_PROGRAM, and B_BTCH_JOB objects.
Password
Required. SAP password.
Host Name
Required. Logical name of the SAP system that you want to connect to.
Client
Required. SAP client number.
Language
Optional. Language code that corresponds to the SAP language.
System Number
Required. SAP system number.
SAP Additional Parameters
Optional. Additional SAP parameters that the Secure Agent must use to connect to the SAP system as an RFC client.
For example, you can define the load balancing parameters as shown in the following sample:
GROUP=interfaces MSHOST=tzxscs20.bmwgroup.net
SAP infers the connection type based on the parameters that you specify. For example, if you define the GROUP and MSHOST parameters, SAP infers the connection type as a load balancing connection. The GROUP parameter defines the group name of the SAP application server and the MSHOST parameter defines the host name of the SAP message server.
You can define the
DOCOMMIT=true
parameter to commit data to the SAP system with each BAPI/RFC call.
For more information about SAP parameters, see the SAP documentation.
You can also enable the Secure Network Communication (SNC) protocol and secure communications between Application Integration and SAP by adding properties in the
SAP Additional Parameters
field. For more information about configuring the SNC parameters, see How to configure the SAP Secure Network Communication Protocol in Application Integration.
If you configure a parameter in both the
SAP Additional Parameters
field and in other connection property fields, the values in the
SAP Additional Parameters
field override the values in the connection property fields.
Jco Trace
Optional. Enables or disables JCo trace.
Default is
No
.
If you enable JCo trace, you can access the JCo trace file from the following directory:
<Secure Agent installation directory>\apps\process-engine\<latest_version>
Object Filter
Optional. Fully qualified name of the BAPI function that you want to connect to. You can specify a single BAPI name.

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