I created an orchestration that connects with SAP(use BAPI) and confirmed it worked well on the Studio(with Jco2.1.8) .
But I have struggled to operate on a virtual appliance(184.108.40.206).
I tried the following JCo version, but it all failed.
2.1.8 32bit intel
2.1.10 32bit intel
2.1.10 64bit intel
I understand that Cast Iron's official support version in Studio is Jco 2.1.6 by it's manual.
(However, I heard There is only available 2.1.10 in in the SAP marketplace.)
Here is the question.
1.Could you tell me the version of JCo proven.(on virtutal appliance 220.127.116.11)
2.Do you know JCo2.1.6 available where supported by Cast Iron available?
Thanks in advance.
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Updated on 2012-06-04T08:05:53Z at 2012-06-04T08:05:53Z by JeffYin
Re: About SAP Connector module on a virtual appliance(22.214.171.124)2011-07-08T05:06:55ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.The problem is resolved. :-)
SAP JCo version 2.1.8 is worked well.
It was my mistake.
I thought that sapidocjco.jar and sapidoc.jar are not necessary not to use the IDOC activities.
PrabhuAppirio 270003SHT92 Posts
Re: About SAP Connector module on a virtual appliance(126.96.36.199)2011-08-15T16:48:49ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.I have a similar issue, we are able to successfully connect to SAP from studio (Jco 2.1.0) but Appliance is not able to connect to SAP.
I have uploaded the same set of libraries which am using in the Studio.
Error message is pretty generic - Exception while activating the sap. The exception is because the sap libraries are not installed. Exception is
Any inputs on this is highly appreciated.
Re: About SAP Connector module on a virtual appliance(188.8.131.52)2011-08-15T23:55:03ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- PrabhuAppirio 270003SHT9
It is necessary to place the module for Linux(32bit) instead the windows module.
Specifically speaking, the following modules.
JeffYin 270001BVM92 Posts
Re: About SAP Connector module on a virtual appliance(184.108.40.206)2012-06-04T08:05:53ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hello, I'm using 220.127.116.11
I can connect to SAP from studio (using sapjco3.jar, sapjco3.dll and sapidoc3.jar), but I cannot connect from appliance (using sapjco3.jar, libsapjco3.so and sapidoc3.jar).
I tested with both 32bit and 64bit version of intel compatible version of libs.
Any inputs on this is highly appreciated