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wrong server name when trying to connect to sld


I've the wrong server inside my logfiles, anybody knows where to change?


[Thr 245] * ERROR partner not reached (host <b>WRONGSERVERNAME</b>, service sapgw09)

[Thr 245] ** TIME Wed Jun 28 12:32:52 2006

[Thr 245] * RELEASE 640

[Thr 245] * COMPONENT NI (network interface)

[Thr 245] * VERSION 37

[Thr 245] * RC -10

[Thr 245] * MODULE nixxi_r_mt.cpp

[Thr 245] * LINE 8679

[Thr 245] * DETAIL NiPConnect2

[Thr 245] * SYSTEM CALL SiPeekPendConn

[Thr 245] * ERRNO 239

[Thr 245] * ERRNO TEXT Connection refused

[Thr 245] * COUNTER 1

[Thr 245] *

[Thr 245] *****************************************************************************

Best regards,


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    Jun 28, 2006 at 12:34 PM


    I would like to suggest u to check the c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file.

    or u can check in c:

    Just a suggestion



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    • Former Member

      Hi Subhasch,

      good ideas but the problem is not hosts because the wrong server name is in the sap configuration - but don't know where 😔

      The profiles didn't point to this server because this server is the sld server and this is not included there.

      Best regards,


  • Jun 28, 2006 at 01:17 PM

    Again, it may be mbetter to tell us what you have done to get this message. There are hundreds of possible connections which may be configured in different places.



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    • Hi Michael,

      absolutely not 😉

      It seems you have configured a SLD that does not exist!

      I suppose you are talking about a trial?

      Did you try to connect this trial to an existing SLD?

      Note that you do not need an SLD at all for a development trial. The message may go away by just deleting the definition of the SLD connection.



      Message was edited by: Benny Schaich-Lebek