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Export/Import from Memory.....Risks?

From a Remote Enabled Function Module (RFc), I EXPORT an internal table to memory, then SUBMIT my Program/ABAP.

Then, in the ABAP I IMPORT the internal from memory...no problem, easy enough. But, are there risks involved in this style of passing an internal table from a F.M. to an executable ABAP?

This is an inbound file that is sent from Middleware(WebMethods in this case), to the RFC Function Module, that will submit my ABAP.

Thank-You.

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 01:31 PM

    I think form within the RFC u r exporting the internal table and then submitting ur report (within RFC) and with in report u r importing the internal table. If this is ur case then I donot think it will create prob. as RFC is executed in dialog work process in the target system and it will create an internal session for the SUBMIT statement. As export/import works in internal sessions only so it will work.

    Regards,

    Joy.

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