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LCRSAPRFC and SAPSLDAPI Program ID SAPSLDAPI_NONUNICODE

I understand that LCRSAPRFC and SAPSLDAPI need to be set up in my ECC6 system to get ABAP Proxy to work (as per XI installation guides).

But I do not understand what the Program ID SAPSLDAPI_NONUNICODE does

and is this program running on the ECC6 or the XI box ?

The guide says to also adjust the J2EE Jco RFC Provider - is that on the ECC6 or XI server ?

Like it says enter the name of <Integration Server host> - what is the host ?

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 04:25 AM

    Hi

    The program id is there in the jco_provider of the XI system not in ECC system

    As said RFC has to be created in the ECC and should have the program configured in the XI Server.

    Integartion Server host : u r XI System host

    Gate way details : check SMGW transaction wud have.

    rgds

    srini

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 05:14 AM

    > I understand that LCRSAPRFC and SAPSLDAPI need to be set up in my ECC6 system to get ABAP Proxy to work (as per XI installation guides).

    It should be set up in Integration Server's (XI) ABAP & JAVA (Visula Admin) stack.

    > But I do not understand what the Program ID SAPSLDAPI_NONUNICODE does

    > and is this program running on the ECC6 or the XI box ?

    Program ID can be any unique string, generally we follow the easy naming convension like RFC name with host name. e.g. LCRSAPRFC_ABC, SAPSLDAPI_ABC. Make sure to use the same program id against same RFC in visual admin configuration.

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    > The guide says to also adjust the J2EE Jco RFC Provider - is that on the ECC6 or XI server ?

    > Like it says enter the name of <Integration Server host> - what is the host ?

    Here host is your Integration Server (XI) name. Like ABC.. you can use the ip address as well instead of host name.

    Regards,

    Sarvesh

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