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Oct 22, 2008 at 06:42 AM

RFCs not working after Refresh, is this SecureStore issue?

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In our landscape we do frequent system refreshes (DB copy). we use to take out RFC table export and then import them back after refresh. every thing was fine till we upgraded to Netweaver 6.0. Now after refresh most of rfc donesn't work (one which have user ID/ Password in them).

Here is my findings till now:

When we goto SM59 and RFC maintenance screen it give below message:

bold "User Password invalid for identifier /RFC/CCMS (see Long text)"

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This is what long message is"

Message no. SR128

Diagnosis

Changes to the global key or system data have invalidated the passwords in secure storage.

Procedure

Enter the user password again.

Procedure for System Administration

You can find detailed error messages for the specified ID in transaction SECSTORE.

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In secstore transaction I found this message for entry:

"System-dependent data for entry /RFC/CCMS changed: TRS / WTH"

Long text for this is:

System-dependent data for entry /RFC/CCMS changed: TRS / WTH

Message no. SECSTORE031

Diagnosis

When accessing the secure storage, the system detected that system-dependent data (installation number or system ID) had been changed.

Entry data: TRS

Current system data: WTH

If you receive this message during a migration process, the "Current system data" field contains the old specified system data instead of the current system data.

The content of both fields can also be empty, if the system cannot determine the data in the current context.

System Response

It is no longer possible to access entries that were created with the previous data.

Procedure

Contact your system administrator.

Procedure for System Administration

For more information, see SAP Note 816861.

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When I check the note it talk about the system copy and migration key, release key. I don't think this is valid in our case.

Now I tried to find out the tables where secstore stores its data:

RSECACHK Table for Controlling ABAP Programs

RSECACTB Table for ABAP Access Authorization for Secure Memory

RSECTAB Secure Memory: Memory for Encrypted Data

At present we backup following tables:

rfcattrib

rfcdes

rfcdoc

rfcsysacl

Please advise if anybody faces the same issue? does anybody have any solution any notes?

Edited by: Madhusudan Bansal on Oct 22, 2008 9:46 AM

Edited by: Juan Reyes on Oct 22, 2008 1:24 PM