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by Masoud Aghadavoodi Jolfaei, Development Architect, SAP AG | Eduard Neuwirt, Senior Developer, SAP AG November 15, 2006
SAP Professional Journal – 
Although new communication protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, and SOAP have gained traction in recent years, remote function call (RFC) remains the most trusted and widely used for connecting ABAP systems. This is the second article in a two-part series that helps you create better performing and more robust ABAP applications using RFC. The first installment introduced key RFC concepts and discussed the five RFC types. This second installment explores more advanced topics. It shows you how to design and develop remote function modules (RFMs) that fulfill performance and security expectations, and how to properly maintain RFC destinations for effective network communication.

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by Masoud Aghadavoodi Jolfaei, Development Architect, SAP AG | Eduard Neuwirt, Senior Developer, SAP AG September 15, 2006
SAP Professional Journal – 
Remote function call (RFC) is the de facto protocol of choice of SAP developers, system architects, and administrators, and is the basis of nearly all major integration points in an SAP system landscape. You’ve probably used RFC to call function modules on other SAP systems, or used one of SAP’s standalone RFC libraries. But did you know that there are other SAP-supplied RFCs that optimize system resources and performance? This article, the first in a two-part series, takes you on a brief tour of the five RFC types available with SAP Basis 4.0B and higher, and teaches you how to use them in your ABAP programs.