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How can I see message server port number in profile?

Dec 27, 2017 at 10:21 AM

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Hi all,

Somebody told me that it's in profile of ascs in AL11

But I didn't find the port number inside.

Does anyone know about that?

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Arthur Wurth
Dec 27, 2017 at 11:38 AM
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Hi Eric,

There are many ways to check the Message server port value.

The default kernel values for Message Server services are:

  • For external communication: 36<NN>
  • For internal communication: 39<NN>

Where <NN> corresponds to the instance number where Message Server is running.(Either ASCS instance or classic central instance).

Checking value via ABAP

  • Transaction SMMS: It should bring the a header with service and port like where Message Server is running.
Message Server Running on : hostname / sapms<SID> ( 36<NN> ) , Internal Communication : 39<NN>

This is also available on SMMS -> Go To -> Parameters -> Display: Server port


Checking value via PROFILES

  • The message server host and port are usually maintained on DEFAULT.PFL as this information should be available for all instances.
rdisp/mshost = <hostname>
rdisp/msserv = sapms<SID>
rdisp/msserv_internal = 39<NN>

The parameter "rdisp/msserv" specifies the service that message server will use. You can check the port number on Operating system services file.

 UNIX: /etc/services 
 Microsoft Windows: C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ETC\SERVICES

Hope it could clarify!

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