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Communication Error (RFC call)

Good Day Experts,

I am trying to load data to an ODS from another Source ODS. I am encountering an error during loading of infopackage. In the details tab in monitor I could find the error in Subsequent processing. Below is the transcript of errors.

Subseq. processing (messages) : Errors occurred.

Communication error (RFC call) occurred.

Activation of data records from ODS object ZODHSTMC terminated.

Request REQU_48MOLS7SSODJJPW8TZBZTPBT3 , data package 000001 incorrect with status 9

Request REQU_48MOLS7SSODJJPW8TZBZTPBT3 , data package 000001 not correct

No confirmation for request.

ODSR_48NLCMDOV484TDYPW3HDCVITJ when activating the ODS object ZODSEG

Inserted records 1- ; Changed records 1- ; Deleted records 1-

Any ideas on what may be the probable causes for this error? Or any suggestions on how to resolve this issue?

Thank You Very Much.

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:52 AM

    Hi Steve,

    Did u chk in St22 for any dumps? chk it. we had a same issue. some resource failure issue. Try repeating the activation manually.

    and also chk if thre are any red requests in the ODS.

    Thanks!

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    • Former Member Jitu Krishna

      Hi Jitu,

      I did what you adviced and I encountered an error saying: Function module does not exist or EXCEPTION raised

      Message no. SY359

      I drilled down FUNCTION DOC_INBOUND_ASYNCHRONOUS so I guess it exists but I don't know how to view the Exceptions raised criteria.

      There are also no details that can be found on drilling down target system DV4150. RFC Destination- DV4150. Connection type- New entry. There are no values in Description, technical settings, Logon/Security and Special options tab. Is this the one causing the problem?

      Thank You.

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