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Hi All,

Need some advice here. I have a Adobe interactive form (this is the first step of the process) and i need to prefill it's content from an external service. I have created an external service Callable Object which calls my backend RFC. This is working OK when i test the CO. Next step was to create a interactive form CO and assign the external service CO in the prefill function. I did the mapping accordingly. However, when i test the CO, it did not return any output parameters.

Once completed, after instiating the process, it did not work. The process fell under category "erreneous processes".

Any idea? it should be working fine as it's almost similar to the tutorial. Thanks

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 12:08 PM

    Hello Nahoj,

    this maybe related to a general problem in GP runtime. In any case you should check out the J2EE error trace via Visual Admin or directly on the hard disk.

    Best regards,


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      Hi Simon,

      Thanks for the feedback. i've tried to debug by adding a dummy 'data display form' CO after calling my webservice (this webservice worked fine when i tested the CO). Added 1 parameter in the form and mapped it to one of the return parameter from the webservice CO. The data didn't get pushed accross. The fieald was empty. Any idea why?


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