Soap Sender and RFC Adapter receiver getting APPLICATION_ERROR

Hi, all,
I have a webservice soap sender and RFC Adapter receiver scenario, it works fine with RFC "RFC_SYSTEM_INFO", When i tried the RFC "RFC_READ_TABLE", getting the following error message,  <SAP:Code area="RFC_ADAPTER">APPLICATION_ERROR</SAP:Code> in
SXI_MONITOR, in webservice client, i am getting error message like this:
<faultcode>SOAP:Server</faultcode>
         <faultstring>Server Error</faultstring>
         <detail>
            <rfc:ZZTEST_RFC_READ_TABLE.Exception xmlns:rfc="urn:sap-com:document:sap:rfc:functions">
               <Name>TABLE_NOT_AVAILABLE</Name>
               <Text>QUERY_TABLE not active in Dictionary</Text>
            </rfc:ZZTEST_RFC_READ_TABLE.Exception>
Thanks a lot!

Hi
Its not compulsory but its good to wrap it as Z object.
Well if you are facing problem with SOAP data. Then try to do one thing. Check with the data you received from SOAP message. If this works
Then try to check in mapping is it passing the data correctly or not. With this check with the user authorization PIAPPLUSER. if its having less authorizations to execute this BAPI in ECC
Thanks
Gaurav

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