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Wbat is difference b/w Normal Function module and Remote enabled FM

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Wbat is difference b/w Normal Function module and Remote enabled Function Module?

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 06:38 AM

    RFC: It is a function module with remote enabled property. It is used to fetch the data from remote system to current system.

    In theory, a function module can only use data a)from the interface parameters, b) defined locally in the function module and c) defined globally in the function group. However, it is possible to see global data from calling programs using field-symbols.

    Remote Function Modules are function modules that can be called from other SAP or NON-SAP systems. BAPI's are examples of RFC-enabled function modules.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 06:42 AM

    Hi,

    A remote enabled Function Module is exactly like

    a Normal function Module with the added

    advantage of being able to be called from

    another R/3 or third party system.

    for example,

    if you have a function module to update data into some

    table of ur R/3 but the data needs to be fetched from

    another server, then you can use this remote FM to update

    data into ur server.

    i.e you can call this FM from another server even though it does not

    exit in that server, it would actually get executed in ur server using the

    DESTINATION keyword with the CALL FUNCTION statement.

    Regards,

    Samson Rodrigues.

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