Why T-RFC Port canu2019t handle Partner Profile Segment Release Version.

Can TRFC Port handle the segment release of each of the segment if configured in Partner Profile.
As per sap, in Partner Profile,  if we maintain the two field "Seg. Release in IDoc Type"  and "Segment Application release" to a SAP Release lower than the current release version then all the segment populated by the IDoc adapter should be populated as per the lower release structure.
For test Purpose I have created two IDoc using File Port and TRFC port and for both of then I have maintained the Partner Profile Fields  "Seg Release in IDoc Type" and "Segment Application Release" as 46C although the latest release is 701. 
In the IDoc there is a custom segment ZE1PMX with two Version Release 46C & 701. 46C is having 7 Fields and 701 is having 9 fields.
Test using TRFC Port: Using TRFC port the IDoc that is getting generated are not having the segment structure of release 46C instead of that it is taking the segment structure of latest release 701 which is having 9 fields.
Test using File Port: Using File port the IDoc that is getting generated are having the segment structure of release 46C instead of latest release 701 which is having 7 fields which is desirable.
I have also done these testing in other SAP release like 700 and found that while saving the partner profile with a lower  segment release number it throws an warning message as "Segment definitions missing for release 620/620" and IDocs are not getting generated with a error status Code 2 "Segment E1BPMEPOITEM1 is unknown in Release 620 /". But from release 701 sap allows us to save the Partner Profile without warning and also creates the IDoc without error but the segments takes the latest release structure instead of the release maintained in the Partner Profile.
If any one has already done some investigation on this issue please let me know why there is a difference in TRFC Port and File Port. Is there any other configuration that is missing for T-RFC Port.

Hi Dennis
This forum is focused on [SAP NetWeaver Gateway|http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/gateway], i.e. the (relatively) new OData/REST-orientated mechanism to expose ERP data and functions.
You're talking about the ('classic') Gateway i.e. the service that runs on port 33<SYSNR>. As a result, you are better off posting in the forum that covers that Gateway, i.e. [Application Server Infrastructure|SAP NetWeaver Application Server;
The names do make it confusing, for sure.
Good luck!
dj

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