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LCRSAPRFC is missing in Visual Admin (JCo RFC Provider)

H y,

I'm facing a problem while connecting our SolMan via RFC to SLD.

Found documents explainig how to set up connection to SLD.

SAPSLDAPI (was present in Abap and Java - wrong credentials - repaired)

LCRSAPRFC (only present as RFC CONN in ABAP, but missing in Java, Visual Administrator JCo RFC Provider

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How can be the LCRSAPRFC added to JCo RFC Providers?

Do I have to create the RFC Conn LCRSAPRFC again in Abap/SM59 to get the LCRSAPRFC visible again in Visual Admin?

Thanks in advance

Tom

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 03:39 PM

    Try recreating new JCO connections in the Visual Admin and use a new name for those connections then point to the new JCO connections in SM59 for RFC destinations SAPSLDAPI and LCRSAPRFC and check to see if SLDCHECK is working again.

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  • Posted on May 31, 2008 at 11:39 AM

    Hi,

    Do I have to create the RFC Conn LCRSAPRFC again in Abap/SM59 to get the LCRSAPRFC visible again in Visual Admin?

    Not Required.

    LCRSAPRFC (only present as RFC CONN in ABAP, but missing in Java, Visual Administrator JCo RFC Provider

    Usual Process

    Maintaining the RFC Connections (Transaction SM59)

    1. Log on to your SAP Exchange Infrastructure central instance host.

    2. Call transaction SM59.

    3. Choose Create.

    4. Enter at least the following:

    RFC destination:LCRSAPRFC

    Connection type: T

    Description: <your description>

    5. Choose ENTER

    6. Choose the tab Technical settings and do the following:

    a. Select Registered Server Program

    b. In the Program ID field, enter: LCRSAPRFC_<SID>

    where <SID> is the SAP system ID of your Integration Server host.

    Use uppercase letters only.

    c. Enter Gateway host and Gateway service of your Integration Server host.

    To find out the required parameters:

    a. On the Integration Server host, call transaction SMGW

    b. Choose Goto u2192 Parameters u2192 Display (see entries for gateway hostname and

    gateway service)

    7. Choose tab Special Options and select the flag Unicode in the box Character Width in

    Target System.

    8. Save your settings.

    Java Stack

    SAP J2EE Configuration for the Destinations (Visual Administrator)

    1. On your SAP Exchange Infrastructure central instance host, start the SAP J2EE

    Engine administration tool.

    If you do not know how to start, see section How to start the SAP J2EE Administration Tool .

    2. Choose Cluster u2192 Server u2192 Services u2192 JCo RFC Provider

    3. In the section RFC destination, enter exactly the same program ID and gateway options for LCRSAPRFC that you used in the step Maintaining the RFC connection above.

    Additionally, set the number of processes to 3.

    4. In the section Repository, do the following:

    a. Enter the parameter for the SAP XI host: Application Server, System Number, Client

    and Language.

    b. For User and Password maintain the login parameters for the user SAPJSF.

    c. Select the flag Unicode.

    6. Choose Set.

    Testing

    After you have maintained an RFC destination in both the ABAP and Java environment,

    you can check it as follows:

    1. Call transaction SM59 again.

    2. Open your RFC destination.

    3. Choose Test Connection.

    No error should be displayed.

    Regards,

    Rao.Mallikarjuna

    Edited by: Rao Mallikarjuna on May 31, 2008 11:40 AM

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    • Former Member Rao Malisetti

      hi,

      thanks for your reply mallikarjun and Gabriel sagaya,

      but still the problem exists.

      there is no LCRSAPRFC in JCo RFC Provider.

      in the list of Available RFC Listners: only SAPSLDAPI_<SID> is available. there is no LCRSAPRFC available in JCo RFC Provider.

      how to create LCRSAPRFC in JCo RFC Provider?

      I will be very thankful if you guide me how to create new LCRSAPRFC in JCo RFC Provider.

      thanks.

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    Posted on May 31, 2008 at 04:38 PM

    Thanks

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    • hello ,

      Do u have any screenshots specifying , how to create Progarm ID in java stack., which we specify in RFC dest LCRSAPRFC or SAPSLDAPI

      why we need to create these RFC destinations on both side ( in ECC as well as in PI)

      please help.

      Regards,

      Shiv

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