Developing a Java application(a batch)that transfers data from SAP to Oracle DB and vise versa. HELP ME PLEASE!

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Hello, I'm a student and a newbie. I wanna learn Java in relation to SAP-BAPIs. My Test db is Oralce and I wanna develope a small application(call it a batch) that stores SAP Jobs(e.g meta data) in to my test Oracle db. The application should also be able to do bidirectional transaction(from SAP to the DB and from DB to SAP) Do you have any examples of a Java program that makes an RFC call to SAP to get some data. Ideally, an example that makes a call to a BAPI to get some data and a example that gets data directly from a table (if possible). Could you also specify in the example what additional Java components would be required from the SAP Java SDK that comes with the SAPGUI or elsewhere. What drivers do I need to connect from the java app.(batch application) to SAP? This is a school project so any help will be highly appreciated. I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks. Rudy!

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Never underestimate the power of Google. I did a search on ‘java rfc sap’ and found this: http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/de/8c/20e8e9493311d1894a0000e829fbbd/content.htm

Please do some more research based on the keywords found in this page. I know Java but not SAP so I can’t go deeper on this question.

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