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Using SAP BAPI manager

  • Updated: 9/04/2019
    • 11.3.x
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Using SAP BAPI manager

SAP BAPI Manager in Automation Anywhere Enterprise Client allows you to manage custom and default SAP Business Application Programming Interface (BAPI)s. The SAP BAPI Manager contains more than 2000 default BAPIs that are displayed under various categories, modules, and operation types. You can add additional modules, categories, operations and BAPI, as needed.

Prerequisites

To add a custom BAPI for a new module:

Procedure

  1. On the Enterprise Client window, click SAP BAPI Manager from the Tools menu.
    The SAP BAPI Manager dialog box appears.
  2. Right-click the SAP Module node and select Add Module from the menu.
    The Add Module dialog box appears.
  3. Enter a name in the New Module Name field, and then click Save.
    The system adds the module.
  4. Right-click the recently added module and select Add Category from the menu.
    The Add Category dialog box appears.
  5. Enter a name in the New Category Name field, and then click Save.
    The system adds the category under the selected module.
  6. Right-click the recently added category and select Add Operation from the menu.
    The Add Operation dialog box appears.
  7. Enter a name in the New Operation Name field, and then click Save.
    The system adds the operation under the selected category.
  8. Right-click the recently added operation and select Add BAPI from the menu.
    The Add BAPI dialog box appears.
  9. Enter a name in the Enter BAPI Name field.
  10. Select an option from the Connection Type list, to specify the connection type to be used.
    Following options are available:
    • Custom Application Server
    • Group/Server Selection

    The system displays relevant fields based on the option you have selected.

  11. Enter details for the following fields:
    For the Custom Application Server option:
    • Application Server Host
    • Client
    • User Name
    • Password
    • System Number
    • Language
    • System ID
    • SAP Router String
    For the Group/Server Selection option:
    • Message Server Host
    • Client
    • User Name
    • Password
    • System Number
    • Language
    • System ID
    • SAP Router String
    • Gateway Host
    • Logon Group
  12. Click Test Connection, to test the connection, and then click Save.
    Note: This procedure, Test Connection, requires that the sapnco.dll and sapnco_utils.dll files are copied into installation path and unlocked for usage permission. See Using BAPI to automate tasks in SAP.
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