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Connector for use with SAP ArchiveLink

Platform
OnBase
Product
Connector for use with SAP ArchiveLink
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

Field

Description

Destination

Enter the destination name of the SAP system.

Client

Enter the three-digit client identifier for the SAP system.

User

Enter the SAP user name used to connect to the R/3 compatible system.

Password

Enter the SAP password.

Note:

Once entered and saved, the Password field will display as blank.

Language

Select the language you wish to use. Use the 2-digit SAP language code for the desired language.

Hostname

As BAPI communicates through RFC, it requires the machine name or host to access remote procedure calls on the SAP system. Both hostname and Gateway host use this value, though Gateway Host will be in all capital letters.

System

Enter the system identify for the SAP system. It is common that this value is 01.

Gateway Host

Same value that was used for Hostname, but the value for Gateway Host must be in all capital letters.

Gateway Service

Administrators also must specify the gateway service running on the SAP R/3 compatible system.

Sender ID

ID # of the system that is sending the IDOC request.

Once a destination has been created, it can then be applied to an existing repository. This repository will then send its bar code requests to the configured destination. Destinations can also be modified once created by clicking the corresponding Edit button, or deleted by clicking the corresponding Delete button.

Note:

You can only delete destinations that are not already applied to an existing repository.

You can test a destination connection by clicking the Test button next to the destination. A message will display next to the Test button specifying whether or not the connection was successful. Successful messages are displayed in blue. Unsuccessful messages are displayed in red.