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RFC server sapftp cannot be started - 1: Program no longer started via RFC. No return possi

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we have developed an upload program using standard function modules to upload data into sap archive link ( content sever) for employee documents , when we run the program in front end mode , it works, but in background mode we get the below error

RFC server sapftp cannot be started - 1: Program no longer started via RFC. No return possi



We are using the function module ARCHIV_CREATE_FILE . and then rest of the function modules.



Regards

sameer.

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2014 at 04:59 AM

    Hi Sameer

    Please check that both the RFC destinations : SAPFTP and SAPFTPA are working fine in your systems. I assume SAPFTP is fine as you are using it in your front end.

    Also for the background run - can you please use SAPFTPA and let us know the output.

    Thanks

    Rishi

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2014 at 05:00 AM

    Also if the destinations are not working , you can create them via the standard report : RSFTP005

    Thanks

    Rishi

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    • Former Member sameer govekar

      Hi Sameer

      Actually SAPFTP runs in the client and SAPFTPA in the Application server. When you run a background process , it runs in the application server and hence SAPFTP will give a problem when you use it in the background.

      Please see the following link - should be helpful to solve your issue.

      Thanks

      Rishi

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