Introducing the SAP Java IDoc Class Library Part 2: An Easier Way to Write Java Programs That Receive and Process IDocs from an SAP System

  • by Robert Chu, Integration and Certification Center, SAP Labs
  • September 15, 2003
Interface programming, especially writing programs that send or receive SAP Intermediate Documents (IDocs) for data exchange, can be a time-consuming and labor-intensive task. The new SAP Java IDoc Class Library reduces the complexity, time, and expense associated with writing such programs in Java. This second installment picks up where the first leaves off and shows you how to use this library to write Java programs that receive and process IDocs coming from an SAP system (i.e., IDoc server programs), and how to implement robust transactional RFC (tRFC) management for the IDoc server programs.

Robert Chu

Robert Chu joined SAP at the end of 1996. He currently works for the Integration and Certification Center at SAP Labs in Palo Alto, California. Prior to this, he worked in technical consulting and training at SAP America and SAP Asia. Robert’s current focus is the SAP integration technologies. He has been regularly teaching classes in this area at SAP training centers and is the main author of the BIT531 training course, as well as a few other internal workshops. Robert has spoken at the past three SAP TechEd events. In addition to his SAP expertise, he is also an SCEA (Sun Certified Enterprise Architect) for J2EE, an MCSD (Microsoft Certified Solution Developer), and an MCSE (Microsoft Certified System Engineer).

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