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Inbound RFC debugging

Hi All,

I am using RFC for updating the table in the R/3 system. The tabel get updated in two steps.

1.In first scenario, I am using message split, one message is for file and other is for RFC. In this table gets updated correctly.

2. In one more scenario which is File to RFC in which i am calling same RFC for updating the table with some more data based on the condition. XI it is showing successfull once the scenario is executed, but the table is not updated with the data.

But when I execute the RFC in the R/3 it is updating the fields based on the condition. How to trace the error.

I also following the Michal Blog for debugging.https:///people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2006/01/17/xi-debugging-rfc-calls-from-the-xi-not-possible-who-said-that-

Is there any other way to solve the problem.



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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 11:21 AM

    Hi Prakash,

    for analyzation I would modify the coding of the RFC. I would write the message snet into the LOG.

    There are sample function modules where you can see how to write into the LOG.

    The function modules are starting with BAL_LOG*

    Use Se37 to find appropriate unction modules

    Regards Mario

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