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RFC is obsolete


Hi,

While obtaining the logs, i get to see the error message as: "Error in RFC; Obsolete".

I have set all the recommended and required parameters for RFC and it is working fine.

Kindly see the attached error screen shot and provide your solutions.

Thanks,

Ameet

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 08:45 AM

    Hi,

    After quite a long follow-up with SAP and implementing a couple of notes, the issue was still existing until, SAP's final recommendations to implement # 1893579, eventhough we didn't have NW740, but NW 730 and SAP_BASIS 740, the issue got resolved in order to get the EAM-logs for each transaction executions.

    But, we are still not able to get the System and OS logs.

    Kindly suggest on how to get these remaining part of logs.

    Regards,

    Ameet

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  • Posted on Dec 18, 2013 at 01:38 PM

    Hi Ameet,

    I'm facing a similar issue.

    I have the same SLG1 error message and in addition a CALL_FUNCTION_REMOTE_ERROR in ST22 of the target system.

    I found a note that maybe solves the issue but does not contain corrections for GRCPINW 7.31: 1683321 - GRC sys log module is failing in 702 and higher releases

    BR

    Sebastian

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      Hi,

      I am still struggling with the issues with RFC.

      Even after raising this concern with SAP, no positive response so far. They recommended to imoplement note: 1898367, which is relevant to 740, but 730.

      Could you suggest with the appropriate solution on this. I have already mentioned the detailed info on the system configuration which I am using.

      Looking forward to your quick response.

      Thanks,

      Ameet

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