The OData Channel provides a generic solution for exposing binary data that is stored in an SAP Business Suite backend system and should be accessible using a media link entry. Here the definition of the DPC method /IWBEP/IF_MGW_APPL_SRV_RUNTIME~GET_STREAM in order to retrieve the media. Also,
In this serie dealing with SAP Netweaver Gateway Service, we will detail and give some useful and ready to use tips and ABAP sources to start with SAP oData service using SAP GW. This article will detail the Query to retrieve oData Data Collection: GET_ENTITYSET.
This GW Troubleshooting Guide for SAP Netweaver Gateway will guide through to resolve and understand issue occurs in SAP Gateway Service Call. First We will detail the keys points to investigate errors in SAP Gateway. Then you will find the Guide in PDF format.
SAP Netweaver Gateway Tcodes regroups the most important SAP Gateway Tcodes classified by topics and by system. The SAP GW Hub and SAP Gateway Back-End have differents Transactions. Mainly on the SAP gateway Hub, the SAP GW Tcodes will start with /IWFND/* ( FND stands
SAP Gateway Cache is new option to handle access to big amount of data. Because RFC call can take a long time to execute the different Operation CRUD ( Create, Read, Update and Delete). This new Caching functionality so-called Soft-State enable caching the RFC returns and
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SAP Gateway is a NetWeaver Add-on making an online mobile application providing access via SMP to SAP Business Suite using Odata protocol…
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