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connecting to sap R/3 ?

sheily wee
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Joined: Sep 28, 2004
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hi all, i'm facing an error connecting to sap:
saw quite a similar post (2001) in the forum, but am not am to gather much from there.. so would like to get some advice from you out there, any advice would be greatly appreciated !

sheily wee
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Joined: Sep 28, 2004
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oops.. forgot to add in.. i found out that a file could be missing: ivjsij20. but i'm not sure if that's a dll file or a jar/war archive. please advice
Alexandru Popescu
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Originally posted by sheily wee:
oops.. forgot to add in.. i found out that a file could be missing: ivjsij20. but i'm not sure if that's a dll file or a jar/war archive. please advice


It sounds like a dll must be included in the java.library.path.

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sheily wee
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Joined: Sep 28, 2004
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hi, thanks for the reply

i gathered from the below from the IBM website:
Q: How do I resolve a java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError no ivjsij35 in java.library.path?
A: Please ensure that you have copied the native libraries from the \installedConnectors\sap.rar\ directory into the \bin folder

what is the sap.rar? can i download it from anywhere? does the above mean that the ivjsij35.dll (which i suppose is the same as ivjsij20.dll), is found in sap.rar? so i need to copy to which bin??
somkiat puisungnoen
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sheily wee
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hi, i have seen that already.. doesn't tell me where to get it.. i suppose need to purchase?
Alexandru Popescu
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A RAR file represents a Resource Adaptor aRchive which is a Java archive containing a resource adaptor according to JCA (Java Connector Architecture) specification.

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Alexandru Popescu
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Originally posted by sheily wee:
hi, i have seen that already.. doesn't tell me where to get it.. i suppose need to purchase?


I think you should search firstly the SAP site and post some question to the SAP guys.

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