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packages: local objects only for developer himself?

Hi there,

I developed a program that uses a proxy to communicate with SAP XI.

For the input data I created a dynpro.

If I call this dynpro with my credentials everything works fine. Another user

received a dump while trying to send data.

I created all these objects (proxy, abap program, dynpro) in the local package

$tmp. Is this the reason the dump appears? I thought $tmp is like a normal package

but not transportable to other systems.

The dump says that the reference to the proxy classes is null.

Do I have to create a usual package that other user can access my objects?

thx

chris

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 10:54 AM

    hi,

    $TMP is not the cause of your dump.try to debug and see,may be due to authorization issue.

    Regards,

    Nagaraj

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      Thanks. It works. I always started the program out of se80. For other users

      I defined a transaction code. The tcode directly started a dynpro without

      inital the the variables.

      Debbuging displays this error.

      Thanks a lot.

      greetz

      a newbie 😉

  • Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 10:52 AM

    Being in $TMP is, in my opinion, highly unlikely to be the cause of your dump. You should have the user debug, and see why he's not getting a reference to your proxy class. Could be authorisation or something.

    matt

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