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RFC Call Missing

I am a novice at this and would like to get some suggestions from the gurus in this forum. I am trying to integrate an RFC call CTS_API_CREATE_CHANGE_REQUEST. But I do not see this RFC call using SE37. So I have two basic questions.

1) Is there a transaction that I can use to see a list of all RFC calls that are available in my R/3 system ?

2) Do I have to do anything to enable RFC calls, to be invokable from outside the SAP system ?

TIA

Yogi.

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2007 at 11:13 PM

    Just check the properties of the FM to see if it is "remote enabled" if so then you can call it via RFC

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      Ok, I am posting this for the benefit of everyone.

      I figured out a mechanism by which all RFC and BAPI calls within an R/3 system can be listed.

      1) Invoke Transaction SE37

      2) With the cursor on the 'Function Module' field press F4.

      3) In the popup that shows , press the 'Information System' button on the task bar at the bottom. Its the one with the 'Binocular' graphic.

      4) Another popup called "R/3 Repository Information System: Function Modules" opens up.

      5) The third icon from the right of the task bar at the bottom reads "All Selections". It is a white icon, with a green mark and a black down arrow. Click on that.

      6) You now get an advanced search screen with lots more options than the ones previously displayed.

      7) One of the radio's says "RFC modules", another checkbox says "Only modules for BAPI".

      8) Set whatever you are interested in and hit the "Check"

      Enjoy.

      Thanks,

      Yogi

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