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Problem while importing RFC function module in XI. Please Help!

Hi Experts,

When I try to import RFC function module in XI I get the following error:

**Ready for import**

Import started...

YCOP_VALIDATE_GR:

+ com.sap.aii.ibrep.sbeans.upload.RemoteUploadException: connection closed without message (CM_NO_DATA_RECEIVED)

Import failed with 1 error

Any idea why is this error? How to resolve this?

Thanks

Gopal

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    Former Member
    Jun 01, 2006 at 03:29 PM

    Hi,

    Check this thread-

    Unable to import SAP objects

    Regards,

    Moorthy

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    Jun 01, 2006 at 03:44 PM

    hi, guys

    Pls check your RFC destination in sm59 and check the whether the RFC is released in connected system.

    Message was edited by: Amanda Cao

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    • Hi

      The problem still persists.

      This is what I have done:

      1. My FM is RFC enabled. In the "Attribute" tab of the FM I have selected "Remote-enabled module" and "Start immed".

      2.Activated and tested the FM.

      3.Released the FM. In se37, Function Module -> Release ->Release.

      4.Tried to import this FM in XI under "RFC". Get the same error.

      I have some questions:

      1. After releasing the FM do I have to activate it?

      2. In release there is "Internal Release" Do I have to use that?

      3.Do I have to do "Internal Release" first then "Release"?

      4.The FM i am trying to import makes a call to another FM. Both the FMs are in the same system. Both are remote enabled. The second FM updates data in custom table. the first FM which I am importing validates the data and then calls the second FM for update. Do I have to import both FMs?

      Please help me!

      Thanks

      Gopal

  • Jun 02, 2006 at 06:19 AM

    you need not import both the RFCs..

    Just check wether the RFC parameters and app server details are correct in SWCV tab.check wether the RFC destination to target system is mantained in XI in SM59.

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  • Jun 02, 2006 at 06:51 AM

    just check wether remote logon is happening from XI to ur target system..using sm59 and do test connection and tell me if everythng z fine..

    and try releasing ur RFC again from SM37 Function menu and check..

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    Former Member
    Jun 02, 2006 at 09:18 AM

    Hi Gopalkrishna,

    Check whether there is any inactive component of the RFC function module which you have imported in any of the users change list in Integration Repository and later you have deleted. This FM could have been imported by someone else too but is still in the inactive stage. In that case also this can happen.

    This happens in the case of idoc types too.

    Cheers

    JK

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