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Connecting to SAP data from ASP.NET

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What is SAP?

SAP is a leading ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) in the market. This enterprise resource planning (ERP) software product capable of integrating multiple business applications, with each application representing a specific business area.  These applications update and process transactions in real time mode.  It has the ability to be configured to meets the needs of the business.

SAP is the largest software enterprise in Europe and the fourth largest software enterprise in the world as of 2009.

How to use SAP.net connector?

SAP.net connector is a programming environment that enables communication between the Microsoft .NET platform and SAP Systems. It supports SAP Remote Function Calls (RFC) and Web services, and allows .net developer to write various applications, for example, Web form, Windows form applications using all Common Language Runtime (CLR) programming languages such as Visual Basic .NET and C# in .net framework.

Here is link where you get a details for creating ASP.net web Application using sap.net connector.

Creating ASP .NET Web Applications Using the SAP .NET Connector  (Download SAP.Net.Setup2003.msi first)

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