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Importing adaptive RFC model in NWDS CE 7.1 doesn't work

Dear all,

I am unable to create an adaptive RFC model in my Web dynpro DC in NWDS CE 7.1.

This is what happends:

I select create model from the web dynpro, fill in name and jco destinations on the first page and move to the second page where I fill in SAP login information.

After clicking next I come to "Select RFC modules", but I never see the studio logging in to the server system. The result is that I dont find any function modules when i click search.

I am new to NWDS 7.1 so I suppose there is a setting that I have missed.

Have anyone else experienced the same problem and solved it?

I currently have an old SAP system (NW04) and a new system (NWCE7.1). On my PC I have installed NWDS 04 and NWDS CE7.1. The old studio can connect to both the new and old backend system just fine but the new studio cant connect to any of them.

I am very grateful for any help or pointers in the right direction.

Sincerely,

Richard Linnander

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 03:19 PM

    Never mind. I solved this myself.

    It was caused by DLL-hell. I was running an old version of librfc32.dll that was for NWDS 04. Works fine with the version that comes fresh with install of NWDS CE 7.1

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