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ESS UI5: Blocking RFC Connection

Hi,

I am currently facing a problem with UI5 on a fresh installed EHP7 System.

When trying to open the ESS UI5 Main Page (and other UI5 Services) the browser seems to be blocked. Checking the HTTP Request, I could find three outstanding requests:

The connections and additional RFC connections for the user are displayed in transaction sm04. Seems like the HTTP request starts the RFC Connections which are blocking here:

When I close/end the RFC Session, the HTTP are closing automatically and the Self-Service Lanes are displayed in the browser, which ends blocking. This error also occurs in other UI5 ESS components. The WD4A Services are working fine.

All components (Gateway, UI5 MSS / ESS, HR) are running on one system. My Account has assigned the role SAP_EMPLOYEE_ESS_UI5_1 and Profile SAP_ALL, SAP_NEW the application called is /sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/arsrvc_suite_pb/main.html?page=HR_SELFSERVICES&sap-client=100&sap-language=EN

I have already implemented the notes described here: http://scn.sap.com/thread/3429269

Any Idea what is going wrong here? Help would be highly Appreciated.

Thanks

Christoph Kuczera

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2013 at 02:53 PM


    Hi Christoph,

    When I close/end the RFC Session, the HTTP are closing automatically and the Self-Service Lanes are displayed in the browser, which ends blocking. This error also occurs in other UI5 ESS components. The WD4A Services are working fine.

    1. What is the error message that you see? (Is there a ABAP dump in ST22 as a result?)

    2. What do you see in SM66 while the RFCs are blocking?

    3. After you terminate the running RFCs, do you see the expected output in the landing page lanes? (i.e. Orgs, Actions, Favorites, etc. are populated)

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