Most ERP systems have an API and external connectors. You might have to
have SAP do the work, though. Look up DBCO
On Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 12:35 PM, Thierry Douez via use-livecode <
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> Is there some ways to interact with SAP databases (windows)?
> I need to:
> import / export datas to / from SAP modules
> read / write datas.
> My knowledge in this area is close to zero, so any hints or links
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In reply to this post by Alejandro Tejada via use-livecode
it might be easier to send IDOCs to SAP, which could either be FIX Record files (if transfered by SAP ALE), or XML (if connector like PO is set up).
Check Transaction WE60 to get an XSD. SAP might need a connector to accept the iDOCs (like for Example PO), but with all possible customisations and User exits I would not dare to write directly to the SAP DB. :-)