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Version Compatibilty in BW .3x and BI 7 or Basis pblm ?

Hi gurus,

I am having SEM Dev Server and it has BI component.

I have created BW system corresponding to it.

My system is working properly.

I am able to run Bex appln iView in version BW.3x.

But I am not able run Bex appln iView in Version BI 7.

Although Query is created in new Version.

Even when I work on Web Application Designer version BW .3x I am able to execute Web appln . But If I run It through Web Web Application Designer version BI 7

Its giving following error.

There seems to be an error in the communication with Portal that may at least partly cause this issue. This is likely to be caused by portal unavailability or configuration issue. Please contact an administrator

RSBOL Java communication error : RFC destination NOT_CONFIGURED does not exists

How to solve this problem

Is there java connection needed in Portal ?

Or some Basis settings missing for Server ?

Please suggestion the soln / Guide for direction

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:10 AM

    Hi,

    When you integrate BI in portal, the most imp step is creating RFCdestinations and it should work properly.The flow contains conection between JAVA --> ABAP and ABAP --> JAVA , if either of them does not work you get this error..

    I would suggest get in touch with basis people and make sure that RFC destinations are there and working properly. connection between JAVA --> ABAP and ABAP --> JAVA are working from both the ways.

    Also please check dev_jrfc.trc file that maintains all RFC errors at following location /usr/sap/SID/JC00/j2ee/cluster/server.

    Regards,

    Ameya

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    Ameya Pimpalgaonkar

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:43 AM

    U can check

    ABAP to Java Communication

    Report RSPOR_SETUP (step 1 and 2)

    Please ensure that step 1 and 2 of report RSPOR_SETUP are green. This means that communication and SSO from ABAP to Java is working.

    Start transaction SE38

    Enter RSPOR_SETUP as Program

    Press Execute

    Choose correct RFC Destination using the value help

    Choose correct Portal SID using the value help

    Press Execute

    Java to ABAP Communication

    Test Connection with System Object in Portal

    See note 917950 about details of new properties of System Object

    Regards

    Krishna.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 09:03 AM

    Check SAP Note : 989525

    and also in Visual Administrator

    (\usr\sap\<PORTAL_SID>\JC<SYSTEM_NUMBER>\j2ee\admin\go.bat)

    <SID> / Server<#> / Services / Jco RFC Provider / RFC Destination

    The icon “Running man” must be visible in the list of “Available RFC Destinations” next to the name of Program ID

    in SM59 test RFC connections

    Regards

    Krishna.

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 09:08 AM

    Hi,

    You can run report RSPOR_SETUP as suggested by krishana or alternatively go to SE37 and call fuction module RSWR_RFC_SERVICE_TEST , supply RFC destinations as target system. supply any value for parameter I_STRING , and BIAUTHEN can be empty.

    By executing this FM, a call to j2ee engine is made, this handsover a call to portal so that we can test if connectivity is working properly.

    Regards,

    Ameya

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