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Jun 11, 2006 at 12:02 PM

Jco Destination (SLD)


Hi together,

I know, this question would asked often: I have problems to create a Jco-destination to a SAP System ECC 5.0.

My System-Landscape:

I have only one Netweaver 2004 with, Portal, SLD etc. for testing and one SAP ECC 5.0. We had any SLD in our landscape. So I setup the SLD in the netweaver described like in this thread content-administrator---create-jco-connection.

I have done all the steps which Sam Mathew described.

But when I test my Jco destination I got this error: "$Exception: (102) RFC_ERROR_COMMUNICATION: Connect to message server host failed".

My questions:

The only thing what I want to try is a Web Dynpro which use a RFC Connection. What is the minimum of configuraton to have this (I don't need a system landscape for transporting)?

When I define a Technical System type WEB AS ABAP I can set only a message server. It's not possible to define an application server.

But: It's also possible to define a Jco Connection in the SLD administration if I choose the WEB AS Java System (my netweaver portal). At this place it is possible to take the application server instead of message server. But when I going then to <myhost>/webdynpro I got errors in the page for the Jco Connections. Why?

If I try to transfer the informations of the ERP from ECC 5.0 to the SLD-BRIDGE via RZ70 I got errors (instead of using the zip file). First the RFC-Destination SAPSLDAPI doesn't exist and I created it. I create also the RFC service in the visual administrator. But the SLDCHECK wrote: "RFC ping returned exception with message: Error opening the RFC-Connection".

Can anybody gif to me some additional hints what to do, perhaps some tests which I can make on the J2EE engine?

The engines are in the same domain. BSPs from the ECC are working in the portal.

Regards Thomas