Building Your Own BAPIs — A Step-by-Step Guide

  • by Ralph Melone, SAP AG
  • May 15, 2000
If you have some experience with crafting applications that utilize BAPIs and want to know how to actually create and implement a BAPI in the event that an appropriate BAPI does not exist, this article is for you. Once you have searched through the BOR and identified the suitable object types for your application, and made certain that the BAPIs needed don't already exist, this article shows you, start to finish, how to build the BAPI you want.

Ralph Melone

Ralph Melone received a B.A. in Liberal Arts and an M.S. in Information Sciences from Villanova University. He also holds an M.B.A. in Marketing from Temple University. He joined SAP in March 1998 in the Curriculum Development Area. There, he is responsible for the integration technology curriculum, which includes BAPI, RFC, Internet, and object-oriented technologies. Ralph is also a Microsoft Certified Instructor, Engineer, and Solution Developer. Prior to joining SAP, he also had his own consulting firm, and has held management and IT positions with AT&T and ADP.

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