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RFC Sender Adapter Error

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I am doing an RFC->PI->SOAP Axis Synchronous Scenario. I am facing below error with RFC Sender Adapter:

Sender channel 'RFC_OUT_ECC_GO' for party '', service 'ABC_040' (internal name 'RfcServer[RFC_OUT_ECC_GO]')<br>Server data: {jco.server.gwhost=53.91.xx.xx, jco.server.progid=PROGRAM_ID, jco.server.gwserv=sapgw55, jco.server.unicode=0}<br>Repository data: {jco.client.lang=EN, jco.client.snc_mode=0, jco.client.client=040, jco.client.passwd=******, jco.webas.ignore_jdsr_error=1, jco.client.user=xyz, jco.client.sysnr=55, jco.client.ashost=53.91.xx.xx}<br>Current pool size: 1, maximum pool size : 10<br>Last error status:<br><br>RfcException:<br> message: CPIC-CALL: SAP_CMACCPTP3 on convId: 00000000<br><br>LOCATION SAP-Gateway on host SAPHost / sapgateway<br>ERROR registration of tp RFC_XID_PROGRAM from host PIHostnot<br> allowed<br>TIME Tue Jan 7 19:38:15 2014<br>RELEASE 720<br>COMPONENT SAP-Gateway<br>VERSION 2<br>RC 720<br>MODULE gwxxrd.c<br>LINE 3641<br>COUNTER 38393<br><br> Return code: RFC_SYS_EXCEPTION(3)<br> error group: 102<br> key: RFC_ERROR_COMMUNICATION

We have done the below:

1) Creted the RFC destination of type T in ECC

2) Assigned a program id to the RFC Destination

3) Used the same progran id in PI RFC Sender communication channel(configured properly with SAP host/gateway service/ system number/logon credentials)

4)Program id is registered in ECC.

we have tried stopping and restarting the channel.

We tried registering the Program ID on PI server also as per sap note 353597 considering PI as the external side.

Also the connection test from ABAP se37 for the given function module says "Function module does not found".

not found where? In ECC the function module has been created and it has been imported and activated in IR.

Also please answer my below questions:

1) Do we need to get the program Id registered on PI server also. If yes how?

2) Do we need to get the server restarted once the program id is registered on ECC system?

3) Do we explicitly need to import function module code in PI box? I believe just the importing of RFC in IR will do.

I have gone through the SAP Note: 730870 but could not find anything relevant.

Please let me know if I am missing anything.

Kindly help as this has become a bottle neck for project delivery.

Regards,

Pooja

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 05:14 AM

    Hi Pooja,

    You have the same error as with this thread http://scn.sap.com/thread/3479746. Please refer to SAP Note 1850230 - GW:"Registration of tp <> not allowed" for the solution.

    Hope this helps,

    Mark

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 04:24 PM

    Hi Pooja,

    Check if rfc destination in ECC has correct Gateway host and Service details. Do a connection test and Authorization test. Also check if you have provided the same ECC gateway, service (provided in ECC rfc dest) in your RFC sender channel along with appl server details.

    Regards,

    Pranav

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 12:29 PM

    Hi Pooja,

    As per your error, I think there is an issue with the configuration of RFC destination.

    Can you please check the RFC destination from SM59 using connection test?

    Regarding your questions please find the below answers as per my understanding.

    1) I dont think you need to register the program ID on PI server.

    2) No server restart is needed.

    3) Only importing the RFC is enough.

    Also please check if you are adding the correct RFC destination while executing the RFC.

    Also please check if you have selected "Registered server program" in the RFC destination.

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