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Runtime target system change.

Hi Friends,

I am facing a problem for which i am not able to find the answer.

I have a script , let me call it as 'A'. I am referring a script called 'B' inside this A script. I am running the B script 12 times using a DO loop . And since the script 'A' has been pointing to a target system which i call 'ABC' , Ideally the script B should run in the same target system i.e. ABC. But once the script starts executing inside the DO loop for the first pass the script B runs in the target system ABC but for the remaining 11 passes it runs in a unknown target system. I am not able to find the logic behind it. what could be the possible reason . Is this a problem with the RFC?

Looking forward for your replies.

*Regards,*

*BALAJI*

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2008 at 09:39 PM

    Hi Balaji,

    It seems that each individual script you have referred in the main script is referring to different target systems.We can see the System Data container that it points to in each script.

    Coming to the query,the main script in which the individual scripts are referred might not have target system defined and hence the individual scripts may be taking the default system defined at each level.

    My suggestion is to Provide the Target system name while you are referring each script.THis will make the script to run in the target system we are specifying.

    Example : Ref ( VA01,VA01_1,Target System A).

    Ref ( SU01,SU01_1,Target System B).

    This may solve your query.

    Regards,

    SSN.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 05:49 AM

    Problem resolved-:)

    Edited by: Balaji DN on Dec 18, 2008 6:49 AM

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