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How can I download RFC SDK for 32 bit and 64 Bit machine?

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  • Posted on Jul 07, 2008 at 07:55 AM

    Hello,

    you can get it via the SAP Service Marketplace (SMP). Please have a look at these links:

    SAP NetWeaver RFC SDK (SAP note 1025361):

    http://service.sap.com/swdc

    -> Download

    -> Support Packages and Patches

    -> Entry by Application Group

    -> Additional Components

    -> SAP NW RFC SDK

    -> SAP NW RFC SDK 7.10

    -> SAP NW RFC SDK 7.10

    SAP RFC SDK:

    http://service.sap.com/swdc

    -> Download

    -> Support Packages and Patches

    -> Entry by Application Group

    -> Additional Components

    -> SAP RFC SDK UNICODE

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    Regards,

    Juergen

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2008 at 08:29 AM

    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply.I have downloaded SAP GUI 7.0.Can i use the same unicode libraries for 32 bit and 64 bit machine?I could not found any link to download separate SAP GUI 7.0 for 32bit and 64 bit .

    Is this SAP RFC SDK is available in any other site?

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    • Hello,

      if you have installed the 32-bit runtime environment libraries on the 64-bit operating system, then it should work.

      The SAP GUI itself is only available for 32-bit operating systems. This means you should use the 32-bit libraries in conjunction with the SAP GUI. When using it without the SAP GUI you are free to also use the 64-bit versions if you have a 64-bit operating system on your side.

      SAP currently delivers software via the service marketplace (SMP). If you have the material number you may have the chance to also order it on CD/DVD in the SAP shop (if this was your question).

      Please reward points if helpful.

      Regards,

      Juergen

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2008 at 11:59 AM

    Hi,

    Thanks,I am using 64bit machine.I have copied all the unicode libraries into the system32 and sysWOW64.From visual studio i am doing add adapter reference,then in the configure uri property i have entered the same uri which i am using in 32 bit machine.but it is giving ivalid uri?

    Then i have specified through the uri tab property,then it is giving this error.

    The config URI comes like

    sap://CLIENT=800;LANG=EN;@a/%252FH%252Fsaprouter.majul.com%252FH%252Fsapmai/00?

    RfcSdkTrace=False&AbapDebug=False

    Connecting to LOB system has failed

    *Error:partner not reached host %2FH%2Fsaprouter.majul.com%2FH%2Fsapmai,service,3300

    But at the same time i can connect in 32bit system.

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      Hi,

      unfortunately I don't know your development tools. Without recreating error situation it's hard to tell what's going on. Butsomething seems to be wrong with your SAProuter string.

      I wonder why/when/where the "/" character turnes into the ASCII code #2F

      Basicially saprouter-string is always:

      /H/server_one/S/service_on_server_one/H/server_two/S/service_on_server_two/H/..../H/

      For RFC communication most of the time the actual system's host name is added after last "/H/". If SAProuter runs on default port then section "/S/service_on_server_xxx" can be omitted

      This is your case:

      instead of "%2FH%2Fsaprouter.majul.com%2FH%2Fsapmai"

      "/H/saprouter.majul.com/H/sapmai" may help

      Regards

      Martin Vierling

      Integration Consultant

      SAP Integration and Certification Center.

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