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How to create a RFC destination?

Hi all,

I am new to XI. Can any one tell me how can we create RFC destination ? Please provide a blog or a step by step procedure.

Thanks all.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 01:08 PM

    Hi Rahul,

    Check the below things which will be useful to you.

    I Connection to Application Server with Same Database

    3 Connection to ABAP System

    2 Connection to R/2 System

    T Start External Program Using TCP/IP

    L Reference Entry (Refers to Other Destination)

    S Start External Program Using SNA or APPC

    X RFC Using Special ABAP Driver Routines

    M CMC Connection

    H HTTP Connection to ABAP System

    G HTTP Connection to External Server

    Steps to create RFC destination:

    a) In the R/3 main menu, choose Tools -> Administration -> Administration -> Network -> RFC destinations (transaction SM59).

    The "Display and Maintain RFC Destinations" screen appears.

    b) Choose Edit -> Create.

    The "RFC Destination" screen appears. Enter the following data:

    RFC destination: Name of your RFC destination, (for example: WWI_WORD_START )

    Connection type: T (stands for "TCP/IP connections)

    c) Choose ENTER.

    Additional pushbuttons are displayed.

    d) Under Start on, choose the function Front-end workstation.

    e) Enter wwiexe32.exe in the Program field.

    f) Document the RFC destination and save your entries.

    for more help you can refer to following links:

    1)Programs for Communication

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_crm20c/helpdata/en/2c/a8769e85f711d3956100a0c92f024a/content.htm

    2)Maintain RFC Destinations for RFC Calls

    http://www.sapsecurityonline.com/other_sap_apps/r3_2_gts.htm

    3) Define an RFC Destination in R/3

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sapportals.km.docs/library/webas/s-u/setting%20up%20the%20xsi%20interface%20for%20ups%20with%20the%20sap%20business%20connector%20step%20by%20step

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 01:06 PM
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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 01:14 PM

    Hi Rahul,

    To create Rfc destination we have T.code Sm59.

    where u can find so many connections as

    R/3 connections(External R/3 connection).

    Http connections

    Tcp/Ip connectin

    depending on business requirment, please select the connection type.

    and create the RFCdestination.

    for R/3 connection,

    where it will ask for

    Technical details target host and system number

    in logon/security tab mention user-id and password details.

    and save the connetion and test it.

    you can the connetion via Remote logon.

    Regards

    mahesh.

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 01:24 PM

    Hi,

    what kind of RFC Destination you have to create??

    there is arround 5 kind of RFC destination to create.

    Thanks

    Rodrigo

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      hello.

      1.- Transacction SM59

      i.- Add - Create.

      ii.-

      Destination = XI

      ID Program = XI_integration_server

      HOST =

      2.- SE38

      Call Function 'XXX'

      DESTINATION XI

      EXPORTING

      data = data1

      IMPORTING

      data = data2.

      3,. Defined channel RFC Receiver in XI.

      Configured Host, Gateway, Program ID, User, Pass, etc.

      Bye.

      Claudio Leó

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