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Error when adding a new RFC Server Configuration in Data Services Management Console

Hi,

I am getting the below error when I add a new RFC Server Configuration in Management Console:

'Error adding new RFC Server Interface: An error occurred while calling RFC function: RFC_SYSTEM_INFO (1) (BODI-3017270)'

Could anybody please help in resolving this. I am using Data Services XI 3.2

Regards,

Shubhanjali

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2016 at 06:28 AM

    The issue got resolved. I send the following information from Release notes of SAP Data Services XI 3.2 to the basis team:

    This release of SAP BusinessObjects Data Services installs the SAP

    Java Connector (JCo) library for use with the new RFC Server Interface

    feature. However, depending on your environment, the library might be

    unable to load.

    When you select the RFC Server Interface node in the Administrator to

    add a connection, the library tries to load. If it fails, verify the following:

    • Ensure the library (for example, sapjco3.dll) is installed in the

    %LINK_DIR%\bin\jco3\lib (for 64-bit JVM) or

    %LINK_DIR%\bin\jco3\lib32 (for 32-bit JVM) directory.

    • Add the corresponding path to the Java library path or the environment

    variable for your operating system (for example PATH for Windows,

    LD_LIBRARY_PATH for Solaris).

    Refer to the Supported Platforms document for supported versions of the

    Java Connector (JCo) library

    I am now able to create a new RFC connection in Data Services Management Console

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  • Posted on Sep 16, 2016 at 09:03 AM

    Hi Shubanjali,

    Have you configured RFC in both DS and SAP system?

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