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SMGW doesn't show "registered program" from SM59

Well i have a TCP/IP Destination in SM59 where a "registered program" is used to call this RFC-Destination!

This i have to give in IDoc-Receiver-Channel to get the incoming IDoc from external System (nonSAP) to be processed!

Because i made the same with another System i am not able to figure out what is wrong now. When i try to do a connection test i get error:

ERROR: program XXX not registered

Therefore i checked in SMGW, found the former registered program for the other system, but the new one is not visible. After this i recreated the destination, Test failed again, program is not appearing!

What might be the problem?!

br

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 02:41 PM

    Well i have a TCP/IP Destination in SM59 where a "registered program" is used to call this RFC-Destination!

    This i have to give in IDoc-Receiver-Channel to get the incoming IDoc from external System (nonSAP) to be processed!

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    It should be a R3 connection and not TCP/IP

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    • Former Member Shabarish V Nair

      well mikes blog focuses on getting an RFC connectivity for a Sender RFC adapter. Now for a RFC sender the connection type for the destination is of type TCP/IP.

      But what i pointed out earlier is that in case u are using a IDoc adapter, then the RFC destination should be of type R3. I hope you got the point i am trying to make.

      Well i got ur point. But since we have some other scenario which runs that way i doubt that i know need to add a Destination of type R3 since it is also a nonSAP System.

      But what are ur steps of connecting an external nonSAP-System or even a program to a R3-System (here it is XI)?!

      Can u explain in detail??!

      br

  • Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 08:58 AM

    carsten

    if u are in ecc use thi report to list all the registered server program : RS_COL_TOOL_SHOW_REGSERVERS

    <ecc check with this report: RSGETALL_REG_SERVERS

    see if u can find the registered program u have created is listed for use

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 09:15 AM

    you must activate the corresponding rfc channel in your ID for you rfc destination.

    otherwise,you must be gonna run into the error.

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