Wrapper library for the SAP .Net Connector 3.0. Adapt existing api to a more friendly form for the .Net developers.
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NSAPConnector

Wrapper library for the SAP .Net Connector 3.0. Adapts existing api to a more friendly form for the .Net developers. NSAPConnector just modifies the api syntax without altering existing behavior and it also do not improve in any way the performance of the SAP .Net Connector, you can consider this library as a syntactic sugar. NSAPConnector tries to emulate an ADO.Net behavior and usage which is the most common way of dealing with database data in the .Net world.

Because there're two different versions for the SAP .Net Connector 3.0 a x86 and a x64 version, there're 2 versions of the NSAPConnector (basically it is the same project but with different references).

NSAPConnector was created by using .Net Framework 4.0 .

For the destination configuration part you can still use the config file which has the same structure as for SAP .Net Connector 3.0 or you can provide configuration parameters directly to the SapConnection constructor(use SapConfigParameters class for parameters name).

NuGet

You can add this library to your project by using NuGet, you just have to type in your Package Manager Console:

Install-Package NSAPConnector_x86

or for the 64 bit version

Install-Package NSAPConnector_x64

Usage examples (C#)

  • Get a DataSet populated with all the returned result tables
           DataSet resultDataSet;

            using (var connection = new SapConnection("DEV"))
            {
                connection.Open();

                var command = new SapCommand("NAME_OF_THE_BAPI", connection);

                command.Parameters.Add("PARAM_NAME","Parameter Value");

                resultDataSet = command.ExecuteDataSet();
            }
  • Get a DataReader which gather data from the specified returned result table
           SapDataReader sapDataReader;

            using (var connection = new SapConnection("DEV"))
            {
                connection.Open();

                var command = new SapCommand("NAME_OF_THE_BAPI", connection);

                command.Parameters.Add("PARAM_NAME","Parameter Value");

                sapDataReader = command.ExecuteReader("RESULTS");
                
                while(sapDataReader.Read())
                {
                    Console.WriteLine(sapDataReader.Item.GetString(0));
                }
            }
  • Use transactions
           
            using (var connection = new SapConnection("DEV"))
            {
                connection.Open();
            
                var command = new SapCommand("NAME_OF_THE_BAPI", connection);

                command.Parameters.Add("PARAM_NAME","Parameter Value");

                var transaction = connection.BeginTransaction();
                
                 try
                  {
                    command.ExecuteRfc();

                    transaction.Commit();
                  }
                  catch (Exception ex)
                  {
                    //handle exception
                    transaction.Rollback();
                  }
                
                
            }
  • Use sessions for statefull calls
           
            using (var connection = new SapConnection("DEV"))
            {
                connection.Open();
            
                var command = new SapCommand("NAME_OF_THE_BAPI", connection);

                command.Parameters.Add("PARAM_NAME","Parameter Value");

                var session = new SapSession(connection);
                
                session.StartSession();
                
                command.ExecuteRfc();
                
                session.EndSession();
                            
            }