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dispatcher is running but no server conected "503 service is notavailable"

Hi Expert,

when i am trying to connect to Netweaver Portal throu J2EE_ADMIN id Error message throw when i click on MENU Tab "dispatcher is running but no server conected" and SAP MMC SERVER0 is stopped.

i am generate profile throw T Code PFCG " put this role "SAP_BC_JSF_COMMUNICATION _RO"

Bcz, "Cross-application Authorization Objects --> Authorization Check for RFC Access" is showing GREEN in my environment.

Under "Authorization Check for RFC Access" :

1. Activity : Execute

2. Name of RFC to be Protected :BAPT, BFHV, PRGN_J2EE, RFC1, SDIFRUNTIME, SSVC, SUSO, SU_STAMP, SU_USER, SYST, SYSU

3. Type of RFC to be Prote..: Function group

and after checking all these CLick on generate button . add this profile in SAPJSF user ID .

but still my problem is not solved. please provide provide me solution ASAP. "

Thanks & Regards

Arpan Saini

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2008 at 09:32 AM

    Hello Arpan,

    You might pick up some details form the trace file for the Server node S0. The file is Dev_S0. you'll find it in the work directory at OS level. Also check DEV_JCONTROL

    Also, is this Java instance and add in installation (ABAP+JAVA). If so go to transaction SMICM. There use the menu option:

    GOTO> HTTP> STATUS. Here check if the option J2EE enabled has value true or false.

    Regards,

    Prashant

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2008 at 11:21 AM

    hi,

    login into OS level, then check command below

    ps -ef | grep ms

    if the message server is running, then it will be listed in this command.

    Sudha

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