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The Microsoft BizTalk Adapter 3.0 for mySAP Business Suite is a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) custom binding. Client applications can consume the SAP adapter to invoke operations on SAP artifacts. The SAP adapter can be consumed:

  • Through a physical port binding in a BizTalk Server solution.

  • By invoking methods on an instance of a client proxy.

  • As a hosted WCF service.

  • By sending SOAP messages over a channel instance in code that uses the WCF channel model.

  • Through an ADO.NET interface.

The following table:

  • Lists the different operations that can be performed on an SAP system using the SAP adapter.

  • Indicates which of the approaches (BizTalk Server, WCF service model, WCF channel model, or ADO.NET interface) can be used to perform the operations.

  • Provides links to more information about performing the task using the chosen approach.

Task BizTalk Server WCF Service Model WCF Channel Model ADO.NET Interface

Invoking RFCs in an SAP system

Invoking RFCs by Using BizTalk Server

Invoking RFCs by Using the WCF Service Model

Invoking Operations on the SAP System by Using the WCF Channel Model

Invoking RFCs and BAPIs by Using the EXEC Command

Receiving inbound RFC calls from an SAP system

Receiving Inbound RFC Calls by Using BizTalk Server

Receiving Inbound RFC Calls by Using the WCF Service Model

Receiving Inbound Operations from the SAP System by Using the WCF Channel Model

Invoking tRFCs in an SAP system

Invoking tRFCs by Using BizTalk Server

Invoking tRFCs by Using the WCF Service Model

Invoking Operations on the SAP System by Using the WCF Channel Model

Receiving inbound tRFC calls from an

Receiving Inbound tRFC Calls by Using BizTalk Server

Receiving Inbound tRFC Calls by Using the WCF Service Model

Receiving Inbound Operations from the SAP System by Using the WCF Channel Model

Performing transactions on an SAP system

Performing BAPI Transactions by Using BizTalk Server

Invoking BAPIs by Using the WCF Service Model

Invoking Operations on the SAP System by Using the WCF Channel Model

Sending an IDOC to an SAP system

Sending IDOCs to SAP by Using BizTalk Server

Sending IDOCs to SAP by Using the WCF Service Model

Invoking Operations on the SAP System by Using the WCF Channel Model

Receiving an IDOC from an SAP system

Receiving IDOCs from SAP by Using BizTalk Server

Receiving Inbound Operations from the SAP System by Using the WCF Channel Model

The topics in this section provide information, procedures, and examples to help you develop applications that consume the SAP adapter in both BizTalk Server and .NET programming solutions. The topics also provide information on other key aspects of using the adapters such as:

  • Connecting to the SAP system.

  • Retrieving metadata from the SAP system.

  • Using binding properties to configure the adapter.

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