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Hi All,

i have got some function modules which are Z developed function modules.

In real time what are all the possible issues we can expect in function modules??

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 10:14 AM

    Hi,

    1. If you dont handle exceptions, if any, properly, then you might get a short dump.

    2. If the FM is RFC Enable then connectvity problems may occur if proper configuration is not in place.

    3. While transporting Zobjects, if the Function Group & FM are not in the same request & hence not transported properly, then it may cause a lot of problem.

    4. Also, if the Function Group is not activted, then also your FM won't work.

    Reward points if the answer is helpful.

    Regards,

    Mukul

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 10:21 AM

    Hello,

    Actually speaking,if these functions are newly developed & recently put in production system ,then you can expect no of issues depending upon the kind of development done.

    If the errror tracking is not done in function properly,then any error like zero selection values,blank values can create issues.

    if these functions are called from somewhere ,then parameter values can be sometimes issue .like this there can be issues if development is not done with caution.

    Generaly if functions are developed & working fine in production for long time,then issues can be less...& mainly b'cos of wrong call to functions

    It's not possible to generalise the errors since each function must be developed for some specific process.Any data that violates the predefined process can generate error ,.

    Hope this helps.

    Mark points if helpful.

    Thanks.

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