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What the devil? Flightlist example problem

Hey. I finally got the JCO stuff working. When I try to launch the application I get this now

Unable to create Metadata connection for Dictionary Provider

Its part of this larger error. type could not be loaded: 'WD_FLIGHTLIST_RFC_METADATA_DEST' not properly defined! Unable to create Metadata connection for Dictionary Provider. Either the logical System Name 'WD_FLIGHTLIST_RFC_METADATA_DEST' has not been properly defined in the System Landscape Directory, or you are not using a MsgServerDestination (AppServerDestinations are not permitted for Metadata connections)

Any idea whats not configured right here?

Thanks much!

- Graeme.

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  • Posted on Nov 25, 2004 at 09:58 AM

    Hi Graeme,

    This tutorial uses a different set of JCO destination that the default ones. The default ones are WD_MODELDATA_DEST and WD_RFC_METADATA_DEST. Whereas this tutorial uses WD_FLIGHTLIST_RFC_METADATA_DEST. Just make sure that you have configured this RFC destionation also. In webdynpro content administrator you will be able to see if these have been created.

    Also this tutorial uses the BAPI's which were not available in the 4.6C system that i was using. Hence the type definitions could not be loaded. Just make sure that you have WAS 6.20 atleast as you backend and hence these BAPI's are available.

    Hope this helps



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