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Error "BACK RFC not created on HANA SAP system"

Hi Experts,

I tried to configure our HANA SAP System using SolMan via Transaction, solman_setup. In configuration step "Connect Managed System", I am getting error "BACK RFC not created on system SBW client 001". I already created both BACK and READ RFC's successfully.

More information in attached screenshot.

Any ideas, please?

Thanks & best regards,

Srinu

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2015 at 06:21 AM

    Hi Srinu,

    Why you are creating RFC for Client 001 ,what is your working client ?Try to create RFC for the working client.

    Regards,

    Sriram

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2015 at 09:04 AM

    Hi Srinu

    Try to figure out why the automatic configuration fails. Even if you have the RFC and it works, the wizard complains for some reason.

    My first try or guess would be, set up an auth trace on the SBW system (via ST01) while you perform the step in SOLMAN_SETUP.

    If the RFC from SBW system towards SolMan fails, try to figure out why that is the case, for example, firewall blocks the connection or the connection details are wrong.

    In terms of troubleshooting always try to question, what is the system doing and why does it fail.

    Take it step by step:

    1) Figure out if SolMan reaches the system (check connection / auth)

    2) Figure out if the system can report back to SolMan

    ...

    Best regards

    Tom

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2015 at 11:35 AM

    Hi Srinu,

    This error sometimes comes because of authorization issue. Please do an authorization trace in ST01 and see if its an authorization issue or not.

    Thanks

    Vikram

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