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VS 2008 connectivity to sap.net connector 3.0

Former Member
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we could not find the sap.net connector in vs 2008 using c# whille trying to add new item from solution explorer.

we are using windows 2008 R2 64 bit,so we can't install sap.net connector 2.0 on it.

please help .

Thanks

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bryan_lanning2
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Take a look at the SAP .NET Connector 3.0 Overview document located at [http://service.sap.com/connectors|http://service.sap.com/connectors]. In particular, look at the top of page 7. You no longer add the SAP Proxy by adding a new item from the Solution Explorer as was done in the SAP .NET Connector 2. Instead, right-click the project and Add References to the .dll files that were installed by the SAP .NET Connector 3 installer. In my case, I had to use the Browse tab of the Add Reference window and go to C:\Program Files\SAP\SAP_DotNetConnector3\ and add the sapnco.dll and sapnco_utils.dll files to the project. I was not able to add the libicudecnumber.dll file, but that didn't prevent me from successfully running the example that was in the Overview document on the bottom of page 7 to the top of page 9.

Former Member
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Thanks for your reply , but i can't access the overview document and hence the pages you have mentioned.

Can you send me that. It would be of great help to us .

Thanks

bryan_lanning2
Explorer
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You may want to try this direct link to the document: [http://service.sap.com/sapidb/011000358700000769232010D/NCo_30_Overview.pdf|http://service.sap.com/sapidb/011000358700000769232010D/NCo_30_Overview.pdf].

If you're still unable to access the PDF document from the above link, you may need to ask someone else in your company that does have the authorizations to download the document. If you've got the installer for the .NET Connector 3.0 and you've had the prior version as well, you must have access to the SAP Service Marketplace. I had to ask my boss to download the installer but I was able to access the PDF documents without any difficulty.

I'm sorry, but if SAP has placed the documents and downloads in a password protected portion of their site, I am not going to repost the documents in a public forum or send them by email.

What you may want to do is check the blog "[A Spotlight on the New .NET Connector 3.0|http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/23051] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken];" by Thomas Weiss. Pay particular attention to the code that he includes in the section "The Client Programming Model - Creating the Client Code". Then take a look at a [question that I posted to the forum|] asking about working with tables in the new .NET Connector 3.0.

I hope that helps!

Former Member
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Thanks for the reply and also the alternative answer,

I understand.

I will get the document from my boss as he is the person who has the access .