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17. How to invoke BAPI XML using SAP ERP Adapter?

Posting BAPI XML to SAP ERP over Skyvva SAP ERP Adapter

In SAP ERP we have to do the following settings

Calling RFC-enabled Function Modules over HTTP from external application

As a prerequisite, go to transaction SICF and locate the following service: sap -> bc -> soap -> rfc. Its description gives you some more details about the functionality: SOAP HTTP HANDLER FOR RFC-CAPABLE FUNCTION MODULES.

Now, right-click on that service and choose Test Service, and make sure that you allow SAP to open your web browser (in a popup that appears). Make note of the URL that is opened in the browser. Generally, this URL would look as follows:

http://[hostname]:[SICF port]/sap/bc/soap/rfc?sap-client=[client]

 

It’s a central endpoint for all BAPI’s. Now that we know the communication URL use an HTTP client to communicate with SAP. In this example, I will use the SOAP UI tool for this purpose, but it can be any application.

Importing BAPI/RFC’s from Import SAP metadata

To Import SAP metadata first we need to create SAP Connection in skyvva as shown below

Go to Integration details tab and then select SAP Control Board

 

Provide the details as shown for the SAP system

 

In the Configuration tab. Provide the details

Here we need to provide the sap configuration details as below

Type: SAP ERP
Deployment: Embedded
Logical System: LSSAP
Host Url: http://xxxx.com
Port: 16xxx
Username: xxxx
Password: ******
SAPID: System Id
Client: 820

 

 

Once we provide the details we need to ping the SAP Connection. Then we can see the pop-up like its successfully connected to SAP Backend.

 

 

Now we have to provide the salesforce details as shown below.

Consumer Key and Consumer Secret we can get from the connected App.

 

Click on Ping Connection of Salesforce to check if its connected successfully.

We got the Consumer Key and Consumer Secret from App manager.

With this connection. we can import the IDOC/RFC’s from SAP.

Create Metadata Provider

 

Create Repository

 

From the Repository Click on Import SAP Metadata Tab

 

Here we need to give the details of connection type, Connection Destination which we created earlier in the SAP Control Board and Select the Application Data type BAPI/RFC’s and then click on Retrive.

 

 

Select the BAPI name to create message type

 

 

Below is the message type template for BAPI

 

 

This message type we use in the outbound interface and inbound interface

 

Creating the SAP ERP Adapter in Skyvva

We need to provide the following details to create the Skyvva SAP ERP adapter

Name – Name of the adapter

Type – SAP ERP

Description – BAPI XML Adapter

Direction – Outbound

Status – Active

objectFormat – BAPI

 

 

 

Connection Destination – It means the SAP Connection which we created earlier for the backend connection – SAPID9

Now click on save button to create the adapter.

Creating an Outbound Request interface:

Provide the Name, sObject type, Description, Processing mode, Status, Metadata provider, Repository, Message type, outbound adapter and the SQL statement as shown in the screenshots below

In the message type we have to select the root message type then it will automatically point to Request in the request interface and point to Response in the response interface.

In our example BAPI_CUSTOMER_CREATEFROMDATA1 is the root message type as shown below.

 

 

 

 

Add the response interface in the request interface.

For outbound interface we have to do mapping in Skyvva as shown.

 

 

Save the interface once provide all the necessary details.

Creating an Inbound Response Interface:

Provide the Name, sObject type, Description, Processing mode, Status, Operation Type, Metadata provider, Repository, Message type as shown in the screenshots below

Do the inbound mapping as shown below.

 

 

Now do the callout using below apex code:

skyvvasolutions.CallOutControl c=new skyvvasolutions.CallOutControl();
c.returnXml=true;
c.returnListRecord=true;
c.isCreateMessage=true;
c.actionDoIntegrate=true;
String[] ids=new String[]{‘0013E00001DKgY9QAL’};
skyvvasolutions.Iservices.invokeCalloutV3(‘BAPIXML_ERP’,’BAPIXML_Out’,ids,’SYNC’, c);

 

Now we can see the message in the message monitor:

 

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