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Connection Failure

Hello All,

My EP is connected to an R/3 system and I'm trying create an SAP RFC iView. I am able to put the function group name and get a list of functions available. But when I run this iView (via a role), I get a

"Function execution failed. Exception message: Nested Exception. Failure to execute native function. Connection Failed: Nested Exception. Native connection to the back end system is broken."

I am able to run this RFC fine via SE37. I also tried it using Visual Composer by creating a model with this RFC as the dataservice. I get a similar error

 Error during execution: Nested Exception. Failure to execute native function. Connection Failed: Nested Exception. Native connection to the back end system is broken.  

Can someone please tell me if this looks like authorization problem on R/3? Or something missing in my 'System' definition for R/3 in Portal?

Just to let you know, system connection (via "connection test") work fine in Portal for that R/3 system.

Thanks,

Kiran

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 12:52 AM

    Kiran

    Check this thread

    Connection Failed: Nested Exception.Native connection to the backend system

    Thanks

    Lakshmi

    Reward points if useful !!

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    • Former Member

      Lakshmi,

      I went through this thread before. My authorization on the R/3 system are fine as I'm able to run the RFC via SE37. Do you think there are other authorizations needed to enable RFC calling?

      We don't have a domain problem as both R/3 and EP are on the same domain.

      Any other suggestions?

      Kiran

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