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Hello Experts,

I am using InfoPath 2007 for my application. I want to receive data from SAP. Can you please show some example for this?

Thanks for your help.
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by:clayfox
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SAP connections are not supported directly except via SOAP web services.

If you have web services available from SAP then just follow the wizard for a receive data conenction and use the URL for the web service, InfoPath will do the rest.
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by:navdeepmadan
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exactly, please create the custom web service in SAP and you import the data in sharepoint using BDC which you furhter use in your infopath form. First and the better option is already provided above.
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Hi Navdeep,

I am agree with you. BDC represent the data in list/webpart. Of couse, Infopath can able to receive the data from any sharepoint list, but the issue is: InfoPath cannot refresh the SharePoint list data. I am looking for dynamic data from SAP into InfoPath.

Let me know, if you have any solution like this. (e.g. SAP --> SharePoint BDC --> InfoPath)

Hi Clayfox,
Thanks a lot for your help as always.
Feel free to comment on this

Thanks for your help.

Regards,
Parikh
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thx
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