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how to call IPC url(ECC standalone)

HI experts,

is anyone know about ECC IPC, I am going to use IPC with ECC standalone.

the url of call IPC is like: http:// : /ipc/admin/xcm/ init.do


now I am using ECC6.0 EHP7 IDES system, when I launch the URL, it goes a 404 error.


I have activated the VMC according to note 854170. I searched from google, some says that the j2ee engine is needed, but some says that IPC has already included in ECC VMC.


can anyone tell me

1. do I need a additional NW AS JAVA server?

2. the URL is launched from ECC ABAP server or JAVA server?

3. How to configure the system to enable the URL valid?


thanks

William

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  • Posted on Feb 09, 2015 at 05:45 AM

    Hi William,

    An URL which you have mentioned above for XCM. It is used to set up the user interface (JSP-UI) as part of an XCM scenario. In this case you have to have NetWeaverApplicatin Server.

    But as I understood your scenario, you don't need this.

    Please have look of the below SAP help.

    Configuration Engine in mySAP ERP - Variant Configuration (LO-VC) - SAP Library

    Thanks,

    Hamendra

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2015 at 10:34 PM

    1. do I need a additional NW AS JAVA server?

    - the IPC itself does run in a VMC and not the Web-As. This one does not require a Web-As


    However, the "/ipc/" application is a web-application. It is just a front-end, which does require the NW Java stack. You have to install the WebAS Java, deploy the IPC web-application and use the XCM to setup the connection to your ERP / CRM system (where the actual IPC is located)


    2. the URL is launched from ECC ABAP server or JAVA server?

    Java Server

    3. How to configure the system to enable the URL valid?

    Same answer as 1.

    But the other question is, do you really need that application as it is quite outdated or do you just wanna calculate any prices and like to show those in another application? Because in that case you simply have to call the RFC function within ERP to get prices.

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