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Upload and Download file through RFC called by java

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We are trying to download/upload file through rfc function called by java(JCO),In the rfc function,we use WS_DOWNLOAD,but it does not work.

Any one know about this,Please help ,thanks very much.

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Hi gw,

This question looks a little confusing to me.

WS_DOWNLOAD is used to download files from SAP to the presentation server (your PC). It will not work through RFC.

BUT, also if you want to access a function module via RFC is must be RFC enabled (as Anand pointed out).

AND WS_DOWNLOAD uses a PUSH approach. It pushes a file to the PC from ABAP. So even if the two points above weren't a problem it still would not be suitable for what you are doing.

Perhaps you could explain a little what you are trying to achieve.

Cheers,

Brad

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Hi,

If I'm not mistaken, the Function Module that you use should be remote-enabled.

Regards,

anand Mandalika.

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Hi gw,

This question looks a little confusing to me.

WS_DOWNLOAD is used to download files from SAP to the presentation server (your PC). It will not work through RFC.

BUT, also if you want to access a function module via RFC is must be RFC enabled (as Anand pointed out).

AND WS_DOWNLOAD uses a PUSH approach. It pushes a file to the PC from ABAP. So even if the two points above weren't a problem it still would not be suitable for what you are doing.

Perhaps you could explain a little what you are trying to achieve.

Cheers,

Brad

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And..

As java is doing the job (uploading/downloading files from presentation server), it dosent need to call a SAP RFC function thru JCO, it has its own file handling classes.

Regards

Raja

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Thanks all.

As Raja said, We will handle the file by java class diretly.

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Can you close the thread and mark it as answered.

Regards

Raja

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Can you please close this thread (mark it as answered).

It helps other people responding to posts.

Cheers,

Brad