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.NET Connector 2.0.1: Server Explorer only shows SAP Servers, no functions


after having installed the .NET Connector 2.0.1, i wanted to create a proxy for several BAPIs.

I could add connections to the SAP root node in the server explorer (either by using the local ini or by filling all parameters). But i'm not able to get al list of functions or a 'bor' node.

Do i need to check any permissions in SAP?

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2005 at 08:34 AM

    You don't have child-nodes in you SAP Server node (like "BOR" or "Functions")? This sounds like you have either the wrong edition of VS or something went wrong during install. Here some questions:

    - Which edition of VS do you have (standard, book, professional, enterprise architect)?

    - Did you have NCo 1.x installed before?

    If yes, did you uninstall it before?

    - Can you paste the list of DLLs that start with "SAP" in GAC (c:\windows\assembly) and IDE (c:\program files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\Common7\IDE)?

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    • For this exceptions there is only 3 possible reasons:

      - bad client

      - wrong username / password.

      - case problems: If backend is case-sensitive you need a case-sensitive LIBRFC32 (version 6.40) on the client. The version that comes with NCo is, but maybe it's replaced. If the backend is not case-sensitive and your NCo is, you may need to enter the password all-UPPERCASE.

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