by Thomas G. Schuessler | SAPinsider
April 1, 2001
SAP has just released the first version of its new Java product, the SAP Java
Connector (JCo). The product is available as a free download from http://service.sap.com/connectors.
JCo has the following features that make it the best choice
for building SAP-enabled Java applications:
In certain rare situations, JCo (as well as many other Java applications) does not work correctly with JDK 1.3 when HotSpot is enabled. So far this has only been observed for outbound calls. This is a bug in HotSpot and will have to be resolved by Sun.
SAP's CA926 training class has been updated to teach programming with JCo. As of press date, classes were scheduled in Germany and the United States. More locations may
be available. Please contact the individual SAP country
organization for registration information.
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