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Issue with the connection to system GWP00001 client 500: Error when opening an RFC connection (CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPOCMINIT' : cmRc=20 thRc=497

Dear SAP Experts,

I am Using Solution Manager 7.1

Need to generate 4 RFCs for my ECC production for Solution monitoring and EWA.

I am facing an error while generating RFCs for a Product System.

The SID is GWP

The Extended SID is GWP00001

Production Client is 500.

I have tried to create SM_GWP00001CLNT500_READ manually in sm59 an assign it to the prodution client and Check RFCs but no help.

While trying to generate RFC Destination from LMDB the following error is occuring

Issue with the connection to system GWP00001 client 500: Error when opening an RFC connection (CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPOCMINIT' : cmRc=20 thRc=497 Unable to determine host address: ).

Attching the screen shot for you ref.

All the /etc/hosts and services are added with respective hostname and sapms<SID> in both the servers.Still facing the issue.

Please guide.I cannot setup the Solution Manager Functionality

Thanks in advance.

Asad

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    Posted on Aug 16, 2013 at 01:20 PM

    The needed RFCs are generated during the setup when you manage the system, under solman_setup.

    Also I see no screenshot?

    Why are you also trying to generate an RFC to a LMDB extended SID (GWP00001) vs using GWP?

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    Posted on Aug 16, 2013 at 01:40 PM

    >> Unable to determine host address

    This error clearly says that hostname to address resolution does not work correctly. Please double check DNS/hosts name resolution. Also check this in txn SMGW Goto->Expert Functions->Host Name Buffer.


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      Hi Roman ,

      I have checked the host and service file for both the servers

      Attaching it for your reference.

      services file entry for Solman

      sapmsGWS 3650/tcp # SAP System Message Server Port

      sapmsGWP 3620/tcp # SAP System Message Server Port

      root@gwclsol #c

      10.33.1.75 gwclsol gwclsol.spencersretail.com

      194.39.131.34 sapserv2a

      10.33.1.36 GWCLBWDEV

      #10.33.1.37 GWCLQA

      10.33.1.74 GWCLBWQA

      10.33.1.76 gwclqa

      10.33.1.11 GWCLWSTN

      10.33.1.17 oracle # GWP Database

      10.33.1.18 sapr3 # GWP Application

      10.33.1.32 gwclbwprd

      root@gwclsol #

      from the GWP server

      service file entry

      sapmsGWP 3620/tcp # SAP System Messaging Service Port

      sapmsGWS 3650/tcp # SAP System Message Server Port

      root@gwclprc#

      and host file entry

      10.33.1.17 oracle #Logical hostname entry for Oracle

      10.33.1.18 sapr3 #Logical hostname entry for SAP

      10.33.1.19 prdcinfs #Logical hostname entry for CI nfs

      10.35.1.3 gwclprc-backup

      10.33.1.75 gwclsol gwclsol.spencer.com

      root@gwclprc#

      System no of GWP is 20 and Solution Manager GWS is 50

      I have checked the host and service file for both the servers

      services file entry for Solman

      sapmsGWS 3650/tcp # SAP System Message Server Port

      sapmsGWP 3620/tcp # SAP System Message Server Port

      root@gwclsol #c

      10.33.1.75 gwclsol gwclsol.spencersretail.com

      194.39.131.34 sapserv2a

      10.33.1.36 GWCLBWDEV

      #10.33.1.37 GWCLQA

      10.33.1.74 GWCLBWQA

      10.33.1.76 gwclqa

      10.33.1.11 GWCLWSTN

      10.33.1.17 oracle # GWP Database

      10.33.1.18 sapr3 # GWP Application

      10.33.1.32 gwclbwprd

      root@gwclsol #

      from the GWP server

      service file entry

      sapmsGWP 3620/tcp # SAP System Messaging Service Port

      sapmsGWS 3650/tcp # SAP System Message Server Port

      root@gwclprc#

      and host file entry

      10.33.1.17 oracle #Logical hostname entry for Oracle

      10.33.1.18 sapr3 #Logical hostname entry for SAP

      10.33.1.19 prdcinfs #Logical hostname entry for CI nfs

      10.35.1.3 gwclprc-backup

      10.33.1.75 gwclsol gwclsol.spencer.com

      root@gwclprc#

      System no of GWP is 20 and Solution Manager GWS is 50

      Attaching the GWS and GWP SMGW Hostname buffer screen shots

      SMGW_GWS

      SMGW_GWP

      Please Guide

      Thanks

      Asad

  • Posted on Aug 19, 2013 at 03:15 PM

    Hi Asad,

    I guess the issue is that the data has not been fetched properly to LMDB/SMSY. Delete the SID entries in SMSY,LMDB and in SLD too. Retrigger the data supplier through rz70(Ensure that all jobs are scheduled)

    Thanks,

    Karthik

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    Posted on Jun 20, 2014 at 09:37 AM

    go to tcode : SMGW and just refresh the screen.

    it works in my case where i have same problem as above.

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2016 at 01:24 PM

    Hi Consultant,

    you should check in LMDB if the fully qualified hostname of the server is right.

    If not you can change it by klicking on Details.

    Before you can do this your user should have the parameter LMDB_AUTO_DS_OVRWRT=06 in TA SU1

    best regards

    Matthias

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