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ABAP SLD RZ70 to PO (Java) RFC Error

Dear Gurus,

We want to send ERP SLD via RZ70 to PO Java system. But we are taking related errors.

In ERP system, related gateway security parameters are already applied ;

gw/reg_no_conn_info = 0

gw/acl_mode = 0

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dev_rfc** ;

**** Versions SAP-REL 742,0,200 RFC-VER U 3 1592085 MT-SL

======> CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPOCMINIT', communication rc: CM_PARAMETER_ERROR (cmRc=19), taskhandler rc: TP_REG_ACCESS_DENIED (thRc=748)

Internal error, session terminated

ABAP Programm: RSLDAGDS (Transaction: RZ70)

User: XXXX (Client: 200)

Destination: SLD_UC (Handle: 1, DtConId: 38AC8CE54655F16D80F0000C29DF76FD, DtConCnt: 0, ConvId: ,)

EPP RootContextId: 000C29DF76FD1ED5A39585D5E813E0F0, ConnectionId: 00000000000000000000000000000000, ConnectionCnt: 0

EPP TransactionId: 38AC8CE54655F12280F0000C29DF76FD

Error RFCIO_ERROR_SYSERROR in D:/depot/bas/742_REL/src/krn/rfc/abrfcpic.c : 1745

CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPOCMINIT', communication rc: CM_PARAMETER_ERROR (cmRc=19), taskhandler rc: TP_REG_ACCESS_DENIED (thRc=748)

Internal error, session terminated

DEST =SLD_UC

HOST =%%RFCSERVER%%

PROG =SLD_UC

GWHOST =xxxxxxxl

GWSERV =sapgw01

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dev_w19 ;

M Mon Nov 16 23:51:47 2015

M *** ERROR => ThrtIGetT100: msg EGW 748 not found [thxxdynp.c 1867]

M {root-id=000C29DF76FD1ED5A39585D5E813E0F0}_{conn-id=00000000000000000000000000000000}_0

A RFC 1729 CONVID 14389100

A * CMRC=19 DATA=0 STATUS=0 SAPRC=748 ThSAPOCMINIT

A RFC> ABAP Programm: RSLDAGDS (Transaction: RZ70)

A RFC> User: xxxxxx (Client: 200)

A RFC> Destination: SLD_UC (handle: 1, DtConId: 38AC8CE54655F16D80F0000C29DF76FD, DtConCnt: 0, ConvId: ,)

M *** ERROR => ThrtIGetT100: msg EGW 748 not found [thxxdynp.c 1867]

A TH VERBOSE LEVEL FULL

A ** RABAX: end RX_GET_MESSAGE

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SMGW ==> SECINFO ;

#VERSION=2

#

P USER=* USER-HOST=local HOST=local TP=*

P USER=* USER-HOST=local HOST=internal TP=*

P USER=* USER-HOST=internal HOST=local TP=*

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SMGW ==> REGINFO ;

#VERSION=2

#

# file D:\usr\sap\SID\DVEBMGS00\data\reginfo.DAT not found, use internal default

#

P TP=*

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What could be the wrong ?

best regards

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2015 at 10:44 PM

    Hello,

    Besides setting "gw/acl_mode = 0", verify the other points at the following WIKI page:

    Disabling gateway security - Application Server Infrastructure - SCN Wiki

    Then, access the SLD:

    http://hostname:port/sld


    Stop it, wait for 10 seconds, and start it again.


    This is just a workaround.

    The appropriate solution is to create the reginfo file with the correct rules for your environment.

    For this, check out this WIKI page:


    Gateway Access Control Lists - Application Server Infrastructure - SCN Wiki


    Best regards,

    IsaĆ­as

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  • Posted on Nov 17, 2015 at 02:35 AM

    Hi Kemal

    Kindly check this SAP KBA for SLD RFC failed

    1731348 - RFC call failed: JCO.Server could not find server function 'SET_SLD_DATA'

    Regards

    SS

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