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Hi experts

im trying to estaclish a connection between the portal

and the R/3 backend using ITS which is installed on the R/3 system

i added in the ITS parameters for creating the system

ITS path ---> scripts/wgate/webgui/!

i tried also removing webgui/!

however everytime i try to test an iview which is using this connection i get the logon screen and if i placed an invalid username or password it redisplays the ITS login screen untill i put the right username and password

the it displays this error message :

ITS System Information

No Service Name Specified

Your request did not contain a service name. Please provide a service name as part of the URL.

Example URL:

http://.../scripts/wgate/CreateSO/!

or...

Session Already Terminated

There is currently no session running that might accept this request.

This situation usually occurs if your session has been closed by the Internet Transaction Server and you tried to navigate to a previously requested page by selecting BACK in your browser. To proceed you must first restart the session as described above.

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  • Posted on Oct 14, 2005 at 07:42 PM

    Hi Ahmed,

    Sounds like you have the correct hostname, protocol if you are getting the login screen.

    For the path, enter /scripts/wgate/webgui/

    Are you creating a transaction iView that uses this system and WebGUI?

    You also might have better luck posting this thread in the ITS Forum if my answers dont help.

    Thanks,

    Marty

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