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web service calling wrong version of RFM

I have a web service set up and it was working fine. I added some code to it, and transported the code to production, and the web service still seems to be calling the old code. None of the parameters (import export tables, etc) of the function module were changed. I just added a small chunk of code to select specific sales organizations. The code made it to production, and performs correctly if i call the function module in SE37. But the web service still seems to be executing the old version.

any ideas?

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2011 at 06:08 PM

    Was just the FM changed or also the web service?

    Rob

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      Glad to help.

      I actually had a similar problem a few weeks ago. I created a remote enabled FM in our R/3 system that was called by a program in our SRM system. When I ran the FM in R/3 it worked, but from SRM, no joy.

      Eventually, I found that I had mispelled a parameter in the calling program. Since, the FM didn't exist in SRM, the calling program couldn't report any syntax error or give a dump. I corrected the spelling and it finally worked.

      Rob

  • Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 09:44 PM

    Hi Dave,

    you could try restarting the ICM. You can do this from transaction SMICM.

    Cheers

    Graham Robbo

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 06:27 PM

    Have you checked to see that it has been activated (transactions SICF)?

    Rob

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