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Oct 05, 2009 at 10:40 AM

RFC don't find SAP R/3 jobs

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Hi,

Sometimes a job chain went in error with the following message. It's running ok when it is restarted ! Notice that, at the same time, other jobs using the same queue are running ok. What could be the reason of that abend ?

BAPI exception: RFC function module = BAPI_XBP_JOB_HEADER_MODIFY, message type=E, id=XM, number=049, text=Job does not exist (function BAPI_XBP_JOB_HEADER_MODIFY), msgv1=BAPI_XBP_JOB_HEADER_MODIFY, msgv2=RF060a_RWDBBUPD_HPR_ZRF_ZWBBD1, msgv3=RF060a_RWDBBUPD_HPR_ZRF_ZWBBD1, msgv4=21000701

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.connection.impl.ClientConnectionImpl.checkBapiReturnCode(ClientConnectionImpl.java:1016)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.connection.impl.ClientConnectionImpl.call(ClientConnectionImpl.java:793)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.connection.AbstractRfcConnection$4.doPerform(AbstractRfcConnection.java:243)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.connection.RemoteFunctionCall.perform(RemoteFunctionCall.java:100)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.connection.AbstractRfcConnection.perform(AbstractRfcConnection.java:352)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.connection.AbstractRfcConnection.execute(AbstractRfcConnection.java:236)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.jco.AbstractSapFunctionModule.execute(AbstractSapFunctionModule.java:174)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.command.AbstractXbpJobRunCommand.changeTargetServer(AbstractXbpJobRunCommand.java:542)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.command.AbstractXbpJobRunCommand.execute(AbstractXbpJobRunCommand.java:302)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.command.AbstractXbpCommand.doExecute(AbstractXbpCommand.java:123)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.command.AbstractCommand.execute(AbstractCommand.java:54)

at com.redwood.scheduler.connector.sap.rfc.service.SapJobWork.run(SapJobWork.java:102)

at com.redwood.scheduler.infrastructure.work.WorkerImpl.run(WorkerImpl.java:109)

at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:770)