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SAP Logon Error - Detail NiRClientHandle: route expected

The Error:

Connection closed
Error: internal error
Location: SAProuter 40.4 on 'uccsaprouter'
Tue Jan 30 20:35:02 2018
Release 720
Component NI (network interface), version 40
rc = -93, module nirout.cpp, line 2754
Detail NiRClientHandle: route expected


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The Story:

I have installed the Java Version of SAPGUI 7.4 on Ubuntu. However, when I changed to `cd ~/.SAPGUI` I did not find any *configuration* file which suppose to be set up by the administrator (who I do not have as it is for the class!). Our lecturer provided us with these information:

[Router]
hcctum=/H/saprouter.hcc.in.tum.de/S/3299/H/
hccmdA=/H/141.44.38.2/S/3299/H/
hccmdM=/H/141.44.39.3/S/3299/H/
hcctumremote=/H/saprouter.hcc.in.tum.de/S/3297/H/
hcctumfailover=/H/hcchasap.informatik.tu-muenchen.de/S/3299/H/
   
[Default]
name=hcctum


which I put in a configuration file and link it in:

Preferences -> Configuration -> Logon -> Configuration File

When I checked the **setting** file that resides in `~/.SAPGUI`:

############################################################
  #
  # file  : /home/user/.SAPGUI/settings
  # created : 18.01.2018 20:17:10 GMT
  # encoding: UTF-8
  #
  ############################################################
  @logonFrame_2_Y = "245"
  @GLF_combidivider = "150"
  @logonFrame_2_X = "384"
  @LSSelection = "18f696cf-b8c2-4b69-b5c5-8eeb2dfe24d0:432f7f69-e058-4088-99c9-517a37ab09a4"
  @GLF_recent = "432f7f69-e058-4088-99c9-517a37ab09a4"
  @INCLUDE = "/home/user/Downloads/saprouter.ini"
  @ftpProxyHost = ""
  @httpProxyHost = ""
  @httpProxyPort = "0"
  @proxyMode = "0"
  @httpsProxyPort = "0"
  @ftpProxyPort = "0"
  @httpProxyIgnore = ""
  @httpsProxyHost = ""



And the **SAPGUILandscape.xml**:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
  <Landscape 
updated="2018-01-30T19:25:55Z" version="1" 
origin="file:/home/user/.SAPGUI/SAPGUILandscape.xml" 
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" generator="SAP GUI
 for Java 7.40 rev 4" 
xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="SAPUILandscape.xsd">
  <Services>

  <Service name="test" expert="1" msid="" 
uuid="82aa1de3-76db-4e7d-b047-69a9e5b46ed8" type="SAPGUI" 
server="saprouter.hcc.in.tum.de:3297" mode="1"/>
  </Services>
  <Workspaces default="18f696cf-b8c2-4b69-b5c5-8eeb2dfe24d0">

  <Workspace expanded="1" name="JavaGUI Services" 
uuid="18f696cf-b8c2-4b69-b5c5-8eeb2dfe24d0" description="JavaGUI 
Services configuration">
  <Item uuid="432f7f69-e058-4088-99c9-517a37ab09a4" serviceid="82aa1de3-76db-4e7d-b047-69a9e5b46ed8"/>
  </Workspace>
  </Workspaces>
  <Messageservers>
  <Messageserver port="3297" name="MS" uuid="15b91bd3-5e4e-4887-aeea-939df9379517" host="saprouter.hcc.in.tum.de"/>
  </Messageservers>
  <Routers>
  <Router router="/" name="Router" uuid="5e119945-5975-4567-ab35-b1142568383f"/>


After one week of trials, any help will be very much appreciated.

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2018 at 04:34 PM

    The <service></service> entity addresses the SAP Application server and should have a routerid="", which points to a <router></router> entity.

    So you try to connect to the router as a Application server, which give the error message "route expected", because the Router does not know to connect.

    SAP Router is a kind of proxy like

    SAP GUI <> SAP Router <> SAP Application server or SAP Message server

    There is normally no need to edit the config file with an editor, there should be a graphical SAP Logonpad, where you enter the connection details and start up the SAP GUI.

    SAPGUILandscape.xml looks incomplete for me, </Routers> </Landscape> is missing at the end.

    I loaded the SAPGUILandscape.xml in my SAP Logonpad:

    Looks like the SAP Application server information is missing.

    "/H/saprouter.hcc.in.tum.de/S/3297/H/" should be in the SAProuter String.

    Application Server and Instance Number should be filled with valid information.


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