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At wit's end with Add-On disconnecting. HELP!

I've now been struggling with this problem for the better part of a week trying different things, working with SAP support -- but to no avail.

Here's the deal: I wrote a simple add-on using the UI-API. It adds one button to Order Entry. I run the add-on through VB.NET with SBO running and it works great. I compile, create the add-on installer, create the .ard file and add the add-on in SBO.

The add-on installs just fine. Now when I go to start the add-on in SBO (whether automatic or manual), the add-on will disconnect and send me the message "Add-on...is disconnected. Restart, Ignore, Continue...". I've narrowed down the disconnection to the line of code where the add-on is grabbing the Application: SBO_Application = SboGuiApi.GetApplication()

I've now gone as far as using the simple "Hello World" sample from the SDK and I don't change anything. It still has the same problem.

I've upgraded to patch 32 (per SAP's instructions) and it still doesn't help.

HELP!! Any ideas??

I really appreciate it. If someone helps solve this problem, I will buy you dinner.

Thanks,

Curtis

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 05:25 AM

    Are you getting the connection string from the UI API - you MUST NOT use the development string

    sConnectionString = "0030002C0030002C00530041005000420044005F00440061007400650076002C0050004C006F006D0056004900490056"

    Here is a code snippet (VB .NET 2003) that will show you how to get the string from the UI API

    #If DEBUG Then

    '1a. This is for Testing Purposes

    sConnectionString = "0030002C0030002C00530041005000420044005F00440061007400650076002C0050004C006F006D0056004900490056"

    #Else

    '1b. This is for Add-On Purposes

    sConnectionString = Environment.GetCommandLineArgs.GetValue(1)

    #End If

    (ensure the development string is not set up in the project properties and compile your .exe in release mode - recompile your installer with the new exe and then create a new .ard file and install)

    -


    if all else fails add message boxes to every line of your .exe startup cade and see where the app breaks - then you wil have an idea of how to fix it (you can also catch exceptions to check the system errors)

    Hope this helps..

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