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Recently a SearchSAP.com user posted this Java question to the site. Please read on to see if your expertise might be a help. <p> "I have a set of BAPIs/RFCs to be executed from Java. How can I combine them into a single Logical Unit of Work (LUW) so that I can commit or rollback the whole logical unit? Also how do I commit or rollback from the Java connector (JCo)?" <p> Please post your ideas here, or e-mail me at lhoyt@techtarget.com and I will share your thoughts. <p> Thanks for using SearchSAP.com! <p> Lauren K. Hoyt Assistant Editor SearchSAP.com TechTarget email: lhoyt@techtarget.com desk: 781.657.1594 fax: 781.657.1100 117 Kendrick St Suite 800 Needham, MA 02494

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1. Commit & Rollback are separate BAPIs. You must call them when appropriate.
2. This will only have an effect with BAPIs who do not do their own Commit / Rollback.
3. Ask the developers of the BAPIs you intend to use for Commit / Rollback behaviour.

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