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SAP SM59 Connection -> Program Not Registered

I created the SM59 in the SAP system and did the basic install using the BO Integration Kit XI release 2 on a Windows system.

On the test using the SM59 I am getting:

ERROR: program AERSND02_BO_SB2 not registered.

AERSND02_BO_SB2 is the program ID I used in the BO install and is the program ID I used in the Registered Server Program in the SM59. The SAP system is a unix box and the BO system is on a different windows box.

Also, When I execute the rfc_ping se37 program I get "Communication Failure".

In the BO system tab "SAP" I can see the roles in my SAP system so the connection to the SAP system is functioning.

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Mike

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 04:05 AM

    Hi Mike,

    Please make sure that under the sm59, MDM/Unicode tab you set to u201CNon-Unicode", even though if this is a Unicode shop.

    Thanks,

    Muhammad

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2008 at 03:40 PM

    Hi Mike,

    Please make sure that you have imported transports to the SAP BW system (from BOE XI R2 integration kit for SAP media), on BOE XI R2 system, please make sure that the BW Publishing Service is running (By default it is set to manual start). Also please make use that the Porg ID is unique and it is same on both SAP BW and BOE XI R2 system.

    I hop this helps.

    Cheers,

    Muhammad

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    • Former Member

      Hi Mike,

      Please make sure that the BW Publishing Service is running on the BOE server. This can be verified by going into the BusinessObjects program group and opening the Central Configuration Manager.

      Also the Progid is case sensitive so confirm how it was entered during installation by checking the registry key:

      HKLM\software\businessobjects\suitexxx\SAP\bw publisher service

      thanks

      Mike

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