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Not able to execute BAPI using IInteraction.execute(ixspec, input)

Hello! Gurus,

We have a par file where it will check if the user exists in R/3 system or not.

I am using “BAPI_USER_EXISTENCE_CHECK” BAPI, and when I tried to execute it by giving

MappedRecord output = (MappedRecord) ix.execute(ixspec, input);

System is throwing an exception

“com.sapportals.connector.execution.ExecutionException: Nested Exception. Failure to execute native function. Connection Failed: Nested Exception. Native connection to the back end system is broken.”

Do you have any clue in with this exception?

Background:

This par file was able to execute in EP6 SP2 environment, when we migrated to NW04 EP6 SP16 this having problem.

I have changed the IConnectionFactory value from “EISConnections/SAPFactory” to “deployedAdapters/SAPFactory/shareable/SAPFactory” with this I am able to establish connection to our R/3 system

I am using NWDS 2.0.9 version for development, do this effect in any ways?

I have asked my Basis guys to check if the Jar files are available in our new NW environment, they says all the jar’s are available.

Please let me what more I should do to make this application work normal.

Thanks! in advance.

Best regards,

Kishore

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    Posted on May 16, 2008 at 12:42 PM

    JAR was not copied and replaced the original one

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