you can access SAP tables direct via the native database interface for 
example via the Oracle interface.
All you have to know is what is inside the different tables and you have to 
get the password or a read only account to SAP tables from your DBA. ;-)

For example the creditor tables are bsik (open bill) and bsak (paid bill, 
when I remember correct)  and debitor tables are bsid and bsad and parts of 
adresses are stored in table kna1 and so on.

Good luck. I've done a lot of coding with direct access to SAP. It works, 
it's fast and it's not proprietary and you do not have to spend tons of 
money for SAP ABAP lessions.

best regards

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