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Report for rfc connection

Jun 23, 2017 at 11:22 AM

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Hello All,

We have a new system kopi of ABAP installation. We need to stop all RFC connection because this new installation is for Sandbox .

I am looking for a SAP Report for stop all RFC connection.

Is it any body knows such SAP report.

Thanks for any help

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Isaias Freitas
Jun 23, 2017 at 03:44 PM
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Hello Reza,

If such report exists, I am not aware of it.

What you can do is to delete all destinations in the transaction SM59.

This way, the new system should not connect to any remote system.

It would still be possible to applications to store the connection details on their own tables, but usually applications use SM59 destinations.

Regards,

Isaías

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Matt Fraser
Jun 26, 2017 at 08:59 PM
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Hi Reza,

To build upon what Isaias has said, one of the immediate concerns after completing a system copy, especially when copying a production system, is that the new system will start trying to connect to the rest of your landscape, possibly sending erroneous or duplicative data into connected production systems. So, the way I manage this is to always check the option for Interrupt before SAP System starts in SWPM. Then, when SWPM pauses, right before starting the system, edit the instance profile (with a text editor) and set rdisp/wp_no_btc to 0. This way no batch jobs will run upon startup, thus giving you some breathing room to cancel scheduled jobs in SM37 and to edit or delete RFC Destinations in SM59. When you've done that, you can edit the instance profile again (this time in RZ10) to set rdisp/wp_no_btc back to whatever it should be, then restart.

Note, with this method you will get a START_CALL_SICK short dump when you first startup (and an error when you first logon) advising you that the system must have at least one batch process in order to work properly. Obviously, you can ignore that, as you did this intentionally and will be correcting it later.

Cheers,
Matt

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Yeah... that is exactly what I do... works like a charm.

Regards, JP

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Former Member Jun 26, 2017 at 10:10 PM
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Hi Reza,

I had come across same situation and what I did was simple and smooth. Just go to SM59 and place cursor on rfc and press f1 and pick the table. Then, go se16n in change mode and to do mass change, copy all target host name into excel and add any character at the end of target host names and paste it back on table. And this is the trick I used and it worked.

Note: After above step you will get dump when you try to use va03 or any transaction display and if so please figure out which rfc is that and replace it as it was before. This rfc is related system itself so should be fine if you don't disable it.

Let me know if this trick doesn't help you. I can assist further. Thanks.

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Reza Ejersbo Jun 28, 2017 at 08:04 AM
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Hello,

Thanks for alle your reply,

We have more than 600 RFC connection on this sandbox solution manger system.

I cannot just stop this RFC one by one in SM59. We are going to find a way to disable all RFC,s, right after we start the server.

Thanks again for help

Reza

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Nic Teunckens Jun 27, 2017 at 11:18 AM
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I don't know of any Standard report that could do this.

You could make use of the Z-report by Frank Buchholz, possibly adding Logic to select Output and a Button to allow Closing the Connection?

See his Wiki and Blog on it : link / link

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