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error while activating XI App: references the inactive object

Guys,

I am getting this error when I am activating my XI application .

<i><b>Activation of the change list canceled Check result for Message Mapping Stockquote_Request_Map_01 | http://sapteched/XI/sessionid_XI251/inb/student_01: Object Message Mapping Stockquote_Request_Map_01 | http://sapteched/XI/sessionid_XI251/inb/student_01 references the inactive object RFC Message ZGET_STOCKQUOTE | urn:sap-com:document:sap:rfc:functions | ZGET_STOCKQUOTE Check result for Message Mapping Stockquote_Response_Map_01 | http://sapteched/XI/sessionid_XI251/inb/student_01: Object Message Mapping Stockquote_Response_Map_01 | http://sapteched/XI/sessionid_XI251/inb/student_01 references the inactive object RFC Message ZGET_STOCKQUOTE | urn:sap-com:document:sap:rfc:functions | ZGET_STOCKQUOTE.Response</b></i>

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    Posted on May 16, 2005 at 08:42 PM

    Hi Manish,

    Make sure you have saved and activated all your dependent objects. If you have imported RFC structure then check

    for e.g. ZGET_STOCKQUOTE is your imported RFC structure then make sure its saved and activated.

    Then try activating your message mapping.

    Regards,

    Sridhar

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