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Move a file from external server to SAP server for LSMW

Hi,

I need a function that moves a file from external server (I've a RFC destination) to SAP server, I'm working on 4.6C.

I think that I have 2 options:

a) Using FTP_CONECT like programs RSTFP* but I can´t do it.

b) I read there is a SAP program (RFCEXEC)that allows me to do that.

Which is the best options?

Regards, David.

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  • Posted on Jun 02, 2005 at 11:41 AM

    Hi David,

    look Report RSFTP004 with SE38

    and this link

    calling-unix-file-program-stored-in-server-directo

    regards Andreas

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      You can only run a function module on destination system if destination system is a SAP system and it has the mentioned function module.

      So in this if your RFC destination is not a SAP system then it's absolutely absurd to call this function module on RFC destination.

      Please get in touch with your Basis guy and try to follow the steps mentioned in my last post.

      You should try to get the remote directory mounted on SAP application server.

      Then you should be able to use this FM without the need of any RFC call.

      Thanks,

      Ram

  • Posted on Jun 02, 2005 at 12:03 PM

    Hi,

    May be one of the FM: ARCHIVFILE_* will be useful.

    Krzys

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