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System number and system ID in a java connection string

Hi,

I'm trying the JAVA 710 gui, and it's looking good. I do have some trouble connecting to my systems. I have to systems, sharing the same app-server IP address, but seperated by a different system number. How do I configure that in the connection or router file?

Example:

app-server 999.999.99.999, system id ABC, system number 01

app-server 999.999.99.999, system id XYZ, system number 02

Thanks for your help

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  • Apr 12, 2007 at 08:33 AM

    Hello,

    the magic regarding connection strings is described in chapter 9.1 of the manual coming with the installation of SAP GUI for Java. There is also a threadhttps://forums.sdn.sap.com/click.jspa?searchID=2057281&messageID=3087436">thread> availabe discussing this.

    Best regards

    Rolf-Martin

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    Apr 14, 2007 at 12:37 AM

    The portnumber for an SAP application server is by convention 3200 plus the two-digit SAP system number.

    Example for a simple connection string with an application server's IP address (172.16.64.17) and portnumber (3200) and System number 00:

    /H/172.16.64.17/S/3200

    But for a connection string with an application server's IP address (172.16.64.17) and portnumber (3200) and System number 01:

    /H/172.16.64.17/S/3201

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