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Problem with RfcSystemException

Hi all,

I have a problem with an RfcSystemException occured after calling method of proxy generated by .NET Connector v1.0.1.

Exception message: "Data error (invalid data type XMLRFC ERROR(19): Unexpexted XML Character\n) in a Remote Function Call".

Method prototype: void Method(string, SAPTableDerivedClass, out string, out BAPIRETURN, out SAPTableDerivedClass).

SAPTableDerivedClass type was also generated by .NET Connector.

Does anyone khow how to solve this problem ?

Thank you.

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  • Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 09:07 AM

    Have your tried updating to NCo 1.0.3 or 2.0 (with patch from note 506603). After each upgrade you should run the proxy generator (right-click .sapwsdl file, select "Run custom tool").

    What could also help is to create an RFC trace file (set Environment variable RFC_TRACE=1 or set corresponding connection string parameter) and analyze what's really going over the wire.

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    • Sorry, you are right. I just searched our customer support system for the corresponding case. The result was that the customer used a 4.6D system and a kernel patch (#1768) fixed the problem.

      Can you please check with your admin that the kernel fix is current. If yes, please create an RFC trace and open a SAP Service ticket (BC-OP-NET-NCO) with the trace file attached.

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