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Unable to create RFC Destination using TREX admin Tool

Hi Experts,

we intsalled TREX 7.0 on windows 2003 with NW2004s java edition successfully.

But at the time of configuring TREX with ABAP client by creating RFC Destination using TREX admin tool, we are facing problem. we are unable to create an RFC destination from TREX admin tool by clicking on the button RFCDestination(sm59)

Thats why, when we tried to create a new connection in SAP under sm59 screen there also we got "Connection Error (CPI-C error)".

PLZ guide me how to configure TREX with ABAP client successfully

Regards

Phani

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  • Posted on Feb 22, 2007 at 11:03 AM

    Hi Phani,

    do you try to establish connection to the SAP system Release 7.0 (2004S)?

    What are exact error messages in the TREXTcpipClient.trc and TREXRfcServer.trc. Which patch level have TREX and ABAP?

    Best regards,

    Mikhail

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    Posted on Mar 08, 2007 at 11:27 PM

    Hi Phani,

    I experiencing the exact same problem, in my case we are trying to connect to a CRM 620 system. Did you figured it out?

    Thanks in advance for your help,

    Zareh

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 10:58 AM

    hi pani, the connection between trex and nw2004s is not an abap connection..Trex is connecting tru tcp/ip by an external way communication..so u have to provied gatway details for ur syste...

    i hope it will be some cule for ur question..

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