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Function module client dependent

Hi Experts

Whether Function modules are client dependent or not.

bcoz we try to activate the fm in 391, its active, but in 392 its in inactive. what could be the reason.

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Rajaram

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 08:17 AM

    Hi

    Hope it will help you.

    Please reward if help.

    Your function module should be RFC if you want it to use in Other server.

    RFC stands for REMOTE FUNCTION CALL RFCs are used to

    establish a connection between two different application

    servers rfc used for accessing functions of a function

    module in a function group present on different application

    servers with in a landscape i.e., for transfer of data

    directly between source and target client on remote systems

    in sap system landscape.

    in sap basis rfc is used for remote client copies.

    Tcode RFC- sm59 display/maintain

    FUNCTION MODULE contains functions in particular to a module

    like finance , HR , MM....... .Function module is always

    created under function group. one group can contain one or

    more function modules a function module can be accessed from

    remote system where u can call it as RFC call.

    u create function module in following way

    1.tcode- sm37

    2.create a function group

    3.activate the function group

    4.create the function module

    5. activate the function module

    6. access the function module

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