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Adaptive RFC Metadata connection configuration

Hello,

I have a question concerning metadata connections configuration in Adaptive RFC. The problem is that I wasn't able to find out any way to instruct the application to use a different metadata destination than the one that was used when the Adaptive RFC model was imported. As opposed to this, the data destination can be set using:

<stuff>.modelObject().modelInstance().setSystemName(<stuff>), but if I would like to decide at runtime which destination I would like to use for my metadata, that does not seem possible.

Even worse, there is no way to configure the metadata in the sources (except for drilling into the dictionary definition file, which works but is a hack). So, one can understand that once the model has been imported, the metadata destination name would be hardcoded throughout the sources ? That does not seem very natural, as long as this connection does not seem to have anything special (except for the fact that it has to be Message-based).

So, long story short: how can one indicate to an Adaptive RFC model a metadata destination at runtime, if this is possible at all ?

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 01:28 AM

    Hi Marius

    If you can define all the SAP systems in your destinations, then you can get your models to switch between these destinations by specifiying the destinations in your URL. This applies for Meta data destinations as well

    check this post

    disconnect-method

    Regards

    Pran

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 05:08 PM

    Thanks a lot folks!

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