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RFC single record or unbounded?

Hi folks,

In one of my mapping Iu2019ve two tables with fewer fields to get. So Iu2019m using the RFC lookup standard conversion function of Message Mapping. The RFMs only retrieve a single record and I thought if they could retrieve unbounded records it could increase the performance of this mapping. But, Iu2019m not figuring how to handle the unbounded records at the message mapping. As we map context with context, the key fields should be passed at onceu2026 in java mapping I see it feasible, but with message mapping nou2026 any idea?

Retrieving single records is the regular behavior of an RFC lookup? (At the examples Iu2019ve seen here is always retrieving single records.

Thanks in advance,

Jorge.

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 04:47 PM

    if the RFC is designed to respond back with multiple records it will do as required. It has nothing to do with lookup 😊

    Coming back to your question, in case you get multiple replies, what exactly do u need to do next?

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 05:03 PM

    Just map them to the target fields.

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    • Former Member Shabarish V Nair

      >> But tell me something, do you want to map the response to multiple target fields?

      Yes, but not too much just 6 fields, I'm just wondering if instead of receiving one record at each call I could receive it in one.

      Thank you all & regards,

      Jorge.

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