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Web Application Designer Error

Hello All,

When trying to connect do WAD I get the following error:

Error Group

RFC_ERROR_COMMUNICATION

Message

Connect to message server failed

Connect_PM MSHOST=158.92.186.226, R3NAME=CBW, GROUP=146.254.238.210

LOCATION CPIC (TCP/IP) on local host TMA2322C

ERROR partner '158.92.186.226:3697' not reached

TIME Mon Oct 06 10:03:44 2008

RELEASE 710

COMPONENT NI (network interface)

VERSION 39

RC -10

MODULE nixxi.cpp

LINE 3068

DETAIL NiPConnect2: 158.92.186.226:3697

SYSTEM CALL connect

ERRNO 10061

ERRNO TEXT WSAECONNREFUSED: Connection refused

COUNTER 1

I get the same error if I try to connect to BEx. But if I use transaction RRMX from the application, the BEx starts.

Do you know what error is this?

Is there a Tcode that will take me directly to Web Application Developer?

Thanks

Points will be assigned

Ramona L.

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2008 at 05:45 PM

    In SE38 run RSPOR_SETUP and see if all the 12 steps are OKAY. if not you need to follow OSS # 917950 to set up WEB.

    Shashi

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2008 at 08:50 AM

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