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IGS rfc not working BI 7.0

Hi All,

We have upgraded our BWD system from 3.5 to 7.0, in smicm restart j2ee server option is disabled only Icm restart option is enabled. I have checked the services both the SMTP and HTTP are active and HTTP is activated as External also.

I have checked the Http server ->display data: it's showing that ABAP and J2EE configured true but J2ee server operational = false.

If j2ee server is not working plz suggest me how to start the j2ee server.

If j2ee server is not working does IGS RFC work ? presently we are facing the problem with IGS rfc we have given the paramters according to note 844669 in instance profile still no luck .... please suggest..

Thanks,

Subhash.G

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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2007 at 10:43 PM

    as of NW 7.0 IGS is part of the kernel.

    Check if you have the igs*-files in your kernel directory.

    If not, download the latest patchlevel and install them into the kernel directory.

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    Markus

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      Hi Markus,

      We have fixed the IGS problem the RFC IGS pointing is wrong destination.

      We have given the program IGS.Pjazzsap6 in the RFC destination.

      I do not have any information about Pjazzsap6 exactly what does it mean?

      our EP dev server which is connecting to BWD is pointing to Pjazzsap6 in IGS destination . Is Pjazzsap6 is kind of program file ? please suggest...

      Thanks,

      Subhash.G

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 07:17 AM

    Thanks

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