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Anyone having issues upgrading RFC apps from ECC 5.0 to ECC 6.0 ?

We are having issues upgrading our simple RFC app from ECC 5 to ECC 6.

we are using the librfc32u.dll ( 710_Rel) to make a simple call to return MARD table entries.

Runs great in our 5.0 system.

When we run against our 6.0 environment with the same dll, we get garbage back in the table results... (escape characters ).

We have tried downloading the latest 7.0 librffc* ( standard an u ) . We recompiled to embrace both unicode and non-unicode. ( fyi our 6.0 environment is unicode ) . All attempts have failed to date.

Has anyone else experienced issues trying to upgrade their rfc applications?

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    Apr 02, 2009 at 01:15 PM

    david, were you able to fix this issue? i have a similar issue. we are upgrading from 4.6c to ecc 6.0. we use a c# program that connects thru sap connector for .net v2.0. it calls a rfc function module, it connects and passes some data, but not all data to the rfc.

    any help would be appreciated.

    thanks.

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    Apr 03, 2009 at 12:55 PM

    I've had some issue with password truncation. However, when I switched from RFC to Soap - same API different connection string, the problem went away. Maybe you can try that.

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