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ERROR: program SAPSLDAPI_UNICODE not registered

I'm using the transaction SM59 and i make a test of the conection SAPSLDAPI and i get the following text:

EntrSist. Error de conexión

Det.error Error when opening an RFC connection

Det.error ERROR: program SAPSLDAPI_UNICODE not registered

Det.error LOCATION: SAP-Gateway on host serverxi.ejemplo.com / sapgw05

Det.error DETAIL: TP SAPSLDAPI_UNICODE not registered

Det.error COMPONENT: SAP-Gateway

Det.error COUNTER: 3705

Det.error MODULO: gwr3cpic.c

Det.error LINE: 1694

Det.error CÓD.RETORNO: 679

Det.error SUBRC: 0

Det.error RELEASE: 700

Det.error TMP.: Sat Aug 25 12:51:44 2007

Det.error VERSIÓN: 2

does anyone know what i have to do?

Thanks in advance...

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2007 at 07:17 PM

    looks like you have not created the SAPSLDAPI_UNICODE connection parametere on the J2EE side. We have to create these paramters for both SAPSLDAPI_UNICODEand LCRSAPRFC_UNICODE.

    Is the connection test for LCRSAPRFC_unicode working ?

    Perform the following steps to maintain the J2EE Connection Parameters for SAPSLDAPI:

    ...

    1. Start your Visual Administrator either locally by choosing Start ®Programs or on your Integration Server by executing the file go from within the directory: .../usr/sap/

    ¡ User: SAPJSF (defined during installation)

    ¡ Password: ask system administrator

    ¡ Unicode: activate

    5. Choose Set.

    Cheer's

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2007 at 07:14 PM

    Hi Erick,

    Have you configure the SAPSLDAPI_UNICODE at the visual admin->JCO Provider?

    Guza

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