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SAP .NET Connector for VS 2003 Problem

Dear all,

Recently I have downloaded and installed SAP .NET connector(SAP.Net.Setup2003) on Visual Studio 2003 . I followed all steps based on documents to add RFC Client Proxy class in my VS project. I entered all user and SAP server information in the first step of creating Connection class and that was successfull. In the next dialog I used * as filter criteria and pushed the search button, but unfortunately no Remote Function modules have been appeared in a list. Does anybody have an idea what went wrong ?

Regards,

Amirali

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  • Posted on May 18, 2004 at 01:29 PM

    Entering "" is not a good idea as this would return a huge number of functions. This can take very long and consume lots of resources on both side, so that possibly nothing is returned. You should use a more specific filter, at least something like "A".

    Hint: Try "RFC_FUNCTION*". This should find some functions on any SAP release.

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  • Posted on May 18, 2004 at 02:10 PM

    First, Thanx for your prompt answer.I tested what you said "RFC_FUNCTION*" in a Name Filter , but it still returns nothing back. Any idea?

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    Amirali

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  • Posted on May 19, 2004 at 11:14 AM

    Hi,

    First thanx for your answer, I checked the function "RFC_FUNCTION_SEARCH" via se37 in SAP . I was able to execute it and gave as input parameters the followings:

    FUNCNAME=ZDA*

    GROUPNAME=ZDA*

    LANGUAGE=EN

    it returned back a correct function. By giving the above parameters in the Select Function dialog of SAP Connector, I got no result back ?

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    • Former Member

      Have you tried : RFC_FUNCTION* ?

      Note the all mighty "*" at the end.

      Mine does not work with RFC_FUNCTION but does with the * at the end.

      Good luck. I got a couple of Datagrids working with simple BAPI's.

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