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problem when Reimporting RFC model

Hi experts,

I've been using the same RFC model for 2 months. It worked fine. Yesterday a change was made (export parameter added) on the function module, so I had to reimport it. Then the J2EE was restarted.

Since then, I can't read anymore the output of the function module. And each time I reimport it I get the following message (I reimport the model 5 times, always the same message, even if the function module has no change) :

[Info]: Deltas, if any:

[Info]: Local method implementations are different.

I had already reimported this model several ties and until yesterday it always worked fine.

Has anyone got an idea on where the problem comes from ?

Thanks a lot in advance.

Regards,

Julien

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2005 at 10:16 AM

    Hi Julien

    I am not sure exactly why you are getting the problem but the work around is delete the model and recreate it.

    Regards

    NagaKishore V

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      Hi NagaKishore,

      thank you for answering. I recreated the model and it worked. But if anyone already had this message "Local method implementation is different" and solved it, I would be interested in understanding what the problem was.

      Regards,

      Julien

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2005 at 09:21 AM

    Hi Experts,

    I have the exact same problem, but deleting the model and start from scratch is NOT an option, as there are way too many mapping to be recreated.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks.

    Michael.

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