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CPIC program connection ended (read error)

Hello,

I am facing problem while trying to connect to SAP Backend server(sapserv2).

When I try test connection(using SM59) I get the following error.

ERROR CPIC program connection ended (read error)

LOCATION SAP-Server cheetah_PRD_01 on host cheetah (wp 2)

COMPONENT CPIC

COUNTER 468

MODULE

LINE

RETURN CODE 223

SUBRC 0

RELEASE 640

TIME Tue Jan 30 12:39:57 2007

VERSION

The router is running fine.I am also able to connect through SAP Support portal via service connector.It's only that I am not able to connect from SAPGUI.

KIndly have a look at the following trace file :

dev_rfc1

  • Trace file opened at 20070130 124716 IST SAP-REL 640,0,129 RFC-VER 3 831626

======> CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPCMINIT'

CPIC program connection ended (read error)

ABAP Programm: RSRFCPIN (Transaction: SM59)

Called function module: RFC_PING

User: BASIS (Client: 550)

Destination: SDCC_OSS (handle: 2, , {45BE2DCD-0262-3399-E100-0000AC110414})

Error RFCIO_ERROR_SYSERROR in abrfcpic.c : 2277

CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPCMINIT'

CPIC program connection ended (read error)

HOST =/H/192.168.100.112/S/sapdp99/H/194.39.131.34/S/sapdp99/H/oss001

SERV =sapdp01

Please advice as to how I can come out of this.

Regards,

Sumit

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  • Jan 30, 2007 at 11:35 AM

    > The router is running fine.I am also able to connect

    > through SAP Support portal via service connector.It's

    > only that I am not able to connect from <b>SAPGUI</b>.

    Sorry but the trace shows that you attempt to establish a <b>RFC</b> connection from your ABAP system ("PRD", client 550) to the ABAP system "O01" (= "OSS") at SAP.

    > KIndly have a look at the following trace file :

    >

    > dev_<b>rfc</b>1

    >

    > **** Trace file opened at 20070130 124716 IST SAP-REL

    > 640,0,129 RFC-VER 3 831626

    > ======> CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPCMINIT'

    > CPIC program connection ended (read error)

    > ABAP Programm: RSRFCPIN (Transaction: SM59)

    > Called function module: RFC_PING

    > User: BASIS (Client: 550)

    > Destination: SDCC_OSS (handle: 2, ,

    > {45BE2DCD-0262-3399-E100-0000AC110414})

    > Error RFCIO_ERROR_SYSERROR in abrfcpic.c : 2277

    > CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPCMINIT'

    > CPIC program connection ended (read error)

    > HOST

    > =/H/192.168.100.112/S/sapdp99/H/194.39.131.34/S/sapdp9

    > 9/H/oss001

    > <b>SERV =sapdp01</b>

    You need to change your settings (SM59 destination "SDCC_OSS": gateway options): "<b>sapgw01</b>" is the correct service name.

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    Feb 01, 2007 at 07:02 AM

    I think I have been able to figure out the problem.

    The problem lies with the SAP Router certification renewal.

    It expired on the 23.01.07. Since then I am facing this problem.

    Now I am trying to renew the Router certificate.

    I am facing another problem :

    When I try to install the SAPRouter Certificate using command:

    'sapgenpse import_own_cert -c srcert -p local.pse'

    I get,

    import_own_cert: Installation of certificate failed

    ERROR in ssf_install_CA_response: (1281/0x0501) aux_file2OctetString failed : "N

    o such file or directory"

    ERROR in ssf_read_certs_from_file: (1281/0x0501) aux_file2OctetString failed : "

    No such file or directory"

    ERROR in aux_file2OctetString: (1281/0x0501) stat("srcert") returned : "No such

    file or directory"

    The environment variable SECUDIR has been rightly set.

    Any Solutions??

    Thanks,

    Sumit Gulati

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    Apr 26, 2007 at 08:23 PM

    Hi Sudesh,

    Could you please let me know the routerstring when you open a connection to SAP?

    I am not able to open a connection when I start Service Connector.

    Appreciate your response,

    Thanks,

    Shoban

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    • Well, as you can see from the quoted router string Sumit is connecting to sapserv2 (104.39.131.34) via internet - from his SAProuter running on a machine with IP address 192.168.100.112.

      Notice: sapserv2 will only accept requests from known communication peers; all other requests will be blocked by the firewall; therefore you need to register, first. Since sapserv2 only supports SNC-protected connections you need to use SNC on your SAProuter, as well. Kindly refer to SAP" target="_blank">https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/35010">SAP Note 35010 as a starting point.