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Adaptive RFC Model from 4.7 vs. 4.6C?

Hello Experts-

I am on NTDS 2.0.11. I am trying to create an adaptive RFC model in my Web Dynpro Java project. I am trying to use 'RFC_SYSTEM_INFO' from back-end R/3 4.7 and 4.6C systems.

When I point to a back-end system that is R/3 4.7 Enterprise [x110] running on WAS ABAP 6.20- the adaptive RFC model gets created without any problems.

When I try the exact same process pointing to an R/3 4.6C system- I get many errors. Basically its the same error repeated for every attribute of the RFC (import/export/table). The error states - '[Fatal]:$Exception: The function module "DD_DOMA_GET" not released for 'remote' calls.'

Can someone tell me what is going wrong here?

Thank you,

- Vik.

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    Posted on May 05, 2005 at 10:55 PM

    Hi Vik,

    There is a bug in NDS2.0.11, refer to the following note 827656



    Please get the Stack 11 version of Developer Studio from the Service Marketplace. Please note, however, that only participants of the NetWeaver 04 rampup are entitled to use these new features! For general information on updating the installation of the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio, please read the following note: 668887 Patching SAP Netweaver Developer Studio. In Stack 11 all necessary changes of the runtime components are aligned to the Netweaver Developer Studio content.


    Corrections of Fix 1: The exception-handling of WebDynpro Tools has been corrected. The RFC Import in CAF and in WebDynpro Models have thrown exceptions. The problem in CAF at the WebDynpro modelgeneration for CAF services has been solved.

    So, apply the patch for NDS2.0.11 and check whether the problem goes.



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