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How to define/remove RFC's from "RFC Destinations for SAP Support Backbone"

Hello,

I have a Solman 7.1 SP13 system. During the System preparation step and step 3 - Specify Connectivity Data, there is a section where "RFC Destinations for SAP Support Backbone" are specified.

In this list I can see a few of our systems specified which I assume is wrong:

I cannot find anyway to remove these systems.

The SAP-OSS and SAP-OSS-LIST-O01 are also defined and green, so I would just like to remove the incorrect ones but I cannot find what determines
an RFC to be a "RFC Destination for SAP Support Backbone"

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    May 27, 2015 at 03:04 PM

    Dear Mr Lindberg,

    Please implement SAP note 2154657 - Step "Specify Connectivity Data" contains local RFCs. Afterwards use "Refresh" link in order to update the list.

    Best regards

    Ricarda Mäkelburg

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    May 27, 2015 at 12:54 PM

    Hello Tomas,

    I have the same problem here since updating to SP13 - but no solution yet.

    The SAP-OSS- RFCs are green, but then there are all SM_SPX... RFCs also in the list.

    My SolMan has the SID SPX, so I assume that there is an error in checking which RFCs are OSS-RFCs. In note 2000132 it is written:

    The following RFC connections to the SAPNet R/3 front end (OSS) can exist in
    an SAP system.

    RFC connections:

    SAPOSS
    SAPNET_RFC   
    SAPNET_RTCC 
    SDCC_OSS     
    CUPOSS
    OSSNOTE
    SAP-OSS        
    SAP-OSS-LIST
    SAP-OSS-LIST-O01
    SM_SP_<customer number>

    ... so maybe the check for RFCs like the last line SM_SP_custnr is wrong and checks only SM_SP* ?

    Is the SID of the wrong RFCs in your list to a system with SID SP* like mine here?

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      Hi Dirk,

      Yes, you are right, the systems in question all starts with SM_SP.

      This must be a bug then I guess, and instead of using SM_SP_* the use SM_SP*

      I will try to get an incident to SAP about it and update this discussion accordingly