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RFC callback

Hi, I have a RFC question:

I have the next R/3 situation:

R/3 (source system) ---> RFC function for price obtain --> R/3 (destination system) --> Callback RFC function --> R/3 (source system)

In an on-line execution a report ask for the sales price in another R/3 system (via RFC), the source system show the price in the executed report. It´s possible (without functionality changes) do this with RFC adapter.


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    Posted on Jul 26, 2004 at 03:44 PM


    the RFC Adapter is able to call reomte enabled function modules, not ABAP reports.

    Ok. there are tools were you are able to initiate the start of an report via RFC, but the result of that report you will not get back in this rfc call.

    Therefore create an RFC or better a proxy and call the functions the report is using.

    Regards Peter

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      Tanks Peter.

      My problem isn´t execute a report with a RFC.

      I have a report that need info from another R/3 system, it´s possible obtain this info via RFC/XI. I think that callback is not allowed by RFC Adapter, but there is another option ?.

      Example: I have a report that show the material price, actually (connection without XI) i call an RFC function to obtain the selected materials in another R/3 system, and the report show this info. Now with XI/RFC adapter it´s possible use a RFC for this propose, or i need change my report. How can i do this change? The RFC via XI can return materials price?

      Regards, Raúl.

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