Sapjco3.jar And Sapjco3.dll Download [PORTABLE]
This is the requirement to import the JCo in the Eclipse. Download the JCo for the version of the Eclipse that you are using in your trial. For example, we are using JCo 3.1.5 and we are installing Eclipse 3.7
sapjco3.jar and sapjco3.dll download
If your client computer has the applicable Java version and JCo version, select the link under the Architecture column and then press on the Download button. For example, if you have Oracle Java JCo version 9.0.4, select the JCo 3.1.5, and the 64-bit x86* link on Windows.
Once you have downloaded the necessary files and installed the JCo, download the script to run the installer and place the script on the SAP Gateway server's desktop. In this article we use the customer's Eclipse 3.7.x with the JCo 3.1.5 and 64-bit x86* links
Install the SAP JCo package and open the SAP Knowledge Base. Choose Download SAP JCo, open the zip file and extract the SAP JCo package to the ITDI_HOME/libs folder on the Celonis agent. It's recommended to do the installation within the same SAP environment where the Celonis Agent is installed, e.g. on the same JVM where the Celonis Agent is running. The SAP JCo package contains two files: sapjco3.jar and sapjco3.[.dll.so.sl ].
In the configuration window, choose the SAP JCo package in the SAP_SERVER_HOME/ibm/jco. Choose the appropriate JDK and Java runtime environment version for your Java installation. The configuration requires two entries: (i) the name of your Java installation, e.g. java.home ; and (ii) the path to the sapjco3.jar. The path to the sapjco3.jar must be relative to the JDK installation. For example, if the JDK installation is in C:\Program Files\Java\jdk7, then the path to the sapjco3.jar should be C:\Program Files\Java\jdk7\lib\sapjco3.jar. Set the firewall to allow the connection and the installation will proceed.