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B1 IF_B1DI connection failure on the SLD


The server is running SAP B1 V9.0PL9 HF. I was trying to make dashboard work. In the integration framework, B1DI connection under SLD Tab always showed the error message: XCE001 Nested Exception: java.rmi.RemoteException:Error on completion of Connection reset; nested exception is: Connection reset.

I did the research and worked around below trouble shoot solutions. But seems it is still not working.

2.1 Error:Nested exception: java.rmiConnectException: Connection refused to host: <hostname>: nested exception is: Connection refused connect

l Root cause 1: Problem with the diProxyHost or diProxyport.

l Solution 1: In the field diProxyhost replace the computer name with the machine's IP address. (I cannot find this one) Also add this IP to the PROXYHOME entry in

the file (C:\Program Files\SAP\SAP Business One Integration\DIProxy). did

Root cause 2: B1if and DI Proxy are located on different machines. If this is the case check the firewall the same machine

Solution 1: Ensure port 2099 is not blocked by the firewall

Root cause 3: DI Proxy service is not started. I do not know where it is????

l Solution 1: Ensure the DI Proxy service is started.

l Root cause 4 : Correct HTTP port is not set in file (C:\Program Files\SAP\SAP Business One Integration\DIProxy).

l Solution 1: Make sure HTTPS_PORT is set as 2099 or if another port is used, please set the same.

l Root cause 5: diProxyhost field in the company detail in the SLD is pointing to another server that does not host the DI Proxy.

l Solution 1: In the field diProxyhost replace the value with the server that hosts the DI Proxy.

l Root cause 6:.keystore file is missing or corrupted.(C:\Program Files (x86)\SAP\SAP Business One Integration\DIProxy)

l Solution 1:Repair B1iF installation or replace .Keystore file from good installation.

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    Posted on May 19, 2014 at 02:55 PM

    Hi, can you get the solution??. I have the same problem

    Thank you

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