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DUMP: Bean <name of the RFC> not found on host <host>" exception


I created an Interface RFC --> PI --> SOAP.

I created a report to call the RFC function module using an RFC Destination type  "T"  TCP / IP to start the interface

When calling the function it gives the following dump:

ECC does not leave the message to the PI

My RFC Destination is set in SM59 and the test was successfully.

And my Adapter RFC Sender is configured with the same program ID

someone there can help?


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  • Oct 29, 2015 at 06:23 PM

    Hello Adison,

    Did you register the program Id in the PI and use the Same in SM59 connections?

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    Oct 29, 2015 at 07:11 PM

    Hi Adilson,

    Can you please do a quick test here? Asuming you haven't registered your program in PI side explictly (which is not required anyways), please stop the sender RFC channel and try doing the connection test from SM59 (ECC) side one more time. Ideally, it should fail with Progam ID not registered error. If you see any other error, you may need to revisit your RFC connection settings.

    At this time , I am also assuming below points are already taken care of.

    1. Firewall between ECC and PI is up and running with out any issues.

    2. RFC destination name is same as Program ID (check out for invisible space(s) 😊

    3. Host name, gateway details (as mentioned in SM59) are correct and exactly matches that in RFC sender channel.

    Also, can I please request you to knidly share more dump details? One shared above is very high level.



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    • Former Member Adilson Ventura


      Sorry was out of SCN for past few days, hence the delay to answer.

      Can I please request you to shate the error in details ?

      If I undertsand, you are getting this error intermittently in ECC side ( messages does not post in PI)?

      Also, 1 out of 10(or 15) attempts are successful.