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Bug in .Net Connector Designer

Bug with .Net Connector Wizard.

Steps to simulate it

1. Select any two RFC's which have a common Table type parameter.

2. Drag and drop RFC on to the sapwsdl file(in Design View), wizard generates the code for that RFC.

3. Save the project.

4. Now drag and drop the second RFC on the the sapwsdl file, the wizard pops up a message box asking whether to over-write the Type.cs file, click on "YesTo All" or "No To All" button, code is generated and i can see the c# method.

5. Now save the project and exit the project.

6. Open the project and open sapwsdl file and the second RFC is no longer available.

Seems to be a bug.



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  • Posted on Feb 22, 2005 at 10:33 AM

    Thanks for the information. Unfortunately I can't repro the behavvior. Can you post some concreate function names where you see the behavior? It seems that in you case the .sapwsdl designer is not marked dirty after dragging the second function (the "*" does not appear behind "<filename>.sapwsdl [Design]". Is this right? Of cause you can allways work-arround by just moving one of the icons on the designer a little bit to mark the designer dirty.

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