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CALL FUNCTION 'RFC_REMOTE_PIPE' throwin exception ''1''

Hi Sapients,

I am using CALL FUNCTION 'RFC_REMOTE_PIPE' to rename a file at the UNIX level..Though this runs well... sometimes this is giving an exception as ''1'' (System Failure).. if we execute the same after 3 or 4 hours this RFC is again successfully executed...Can anyone throw some light on why this is happening and how we can avoid the same.




COMMAND = l_command

READ = c_yes


system_failure = 1

communication_failure = 2


where the l_command is mv old_file_name New_file_name

and C_yes is X

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Edited by: Thomas Zloch on Mar 16, 2011 1:00 PM

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  • Posted on Nov 07, 2011 at 01:20 PM


    Maybe my answer comes too late.

    Could be helpful for others anyway.

    We got the same trouble and it was due to the RFCEXEC.SEC file.

    Installing the SDK7.20 the RFCEXEC files were missing and old RFCEXEC.SEC was not in the same format...

    Please look also to OSS notes #1592501 and #1581595



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