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Synchronous RFC calls using .Net Connector

Hi All,

I am working on Interface between SAP and Non-SAP system using SAP .Net connector. So In SAP I am calling the RFC created by non-SAP system using the function call

CALL FUNCTION 'NAME' DESTINATION 'NON-SAP DESTINATION'

IMPORTING

PARAMETER1

But when i tried to execute this function module its giving the dump. As this is synchronous call can anyone let me know the procedure for calling the synchronous calls from SAP to non sap system with parameters and I have return parameter for this function module as well.

shall i include the return parameter also in this are is there any seperate procedure for the return parameters.

Any material with how to call synchronous calls using RFC from SAP to non-sap system using .Net connector is help full.

Thanks in Advance for the time.

Thanks,

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 03:27 AM

    Hello Antony,

    In RFC calls there are 3 special types of exceptions: SYSTEM_FAILURE, COMMUNICATION_FAILURE & RESOURCE FAILURE.

    Read the F1 documentation on these exceptions on how to handle them.

    If you want better & precise responses you need to post the details of the dump.

    BR,

    Suhas

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 03:48 AM

    Hi Antony,

    1) Please post the dump 2) Which rfc you are calling from non sap 3) What is the business requirement.

    Regards,

    Madhu.

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