10-16-2012 09:03 AM
- We need to consume from SLX CRM programs SAP (BAPIs), this in order to ensure integration on line
- The current SAP version is ECC 6.0, without any support package, so its obsolescence cannot expose web services that would be the way "natural" to communicate with SLX
- SLX cannot directly consume SAP BAPIs because it is made on framework 2.0 and in Visual Studio 2010 there is no way to generate proxies on BAPIs to work on this version of the framework, it requires the CRM framework to be in at least version 4.0 of .NET to generate proxies from visual studio 2010. You can actually generate these proxies for framework 2.0 but from only visual studio 2005, but the project requires that we use Visual Studio 2010.
- To mitigate this problem we decided to create a "wrapper" from Visual Studio 2010 to be able to consume the SAP BAPIs, but with this solution we believe it compromises the stability of CRM
Has anybody experienced something similiar?
What other ways we can consume BAPIS from Visual Studio 2010 (since CRM is on framework 2.0), without incurring additional development standards and not certified for SLX?
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