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RE: New Message from Michael Clendening in Enterpise Application Gateway Pr

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3/24/13 8:26 PM
Looking for the BAPI documentation if anyone can point me in that direction. Have a project we are scoping that involves interfacing with the ARM and MRI through the BAPI. Peace, Michael Clendening

I do not know what BAPI is. This forum is for GED-145 Application Gateway Protocol only.

RE: Blender API
3/25/13 7:43 AM as a reply to David Lender.
Yeah, this is gonna be the case, BAPI not having a specific home on the forum. If one is developing an application with GED-145 for the MR-PG, and wanted to work with the ARM and MRI. then this topic would be relevant in that the Blender API (BAPI) would be required. Thanks for the quick response and excuse the static.

Michael Clendening


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