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RFC error is occurred when I start SAP Easy Document Management

Gentlemen,

Right now Iu2019m implementing DMS on ECC6 system, RFC error is occurred when I start SAP Easy Document Management from Microsoft Windows Explorer on my desktop,

RFC error occurred:

Logon failed (RFC_ERROR_COMMUNICATION)!

CMALLC : rc=20 > Connect from SAP gateway to RFC server failed

Connect_PM GWHOST=192.168.110.221, GWSERV=sapgw10, SYSNR=10

LOCATION SAP-Gateway on host ABYRERPD01 / sapgw10

ERROR partner '192.168.110.221:sapgw10' not reached

TIME Mon Nov 24 10:49:27 2008

RELEASE 700

COMPONENT NI (network interface)

VERSION 38

RC -10

MODULE nixxi.cpp

LINE 2823

DETAIL NiPConnect2

SYSTEM CALL connect

ERRNO 10060

ERRNO TEXT WSAETIMEDOUT: Connection timed out

COUNTER

Please advice me to solve this error.

Regards,

Ahmed

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2008 at 09:01 AM

    Hi,

    Add the name of the sap server in your host file. Log off your machine and see it again.

    Anirudh,

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2008 at 10:16 AM

    Hi Anirudh,

    Hi,

    Thanks for your reply, but unfortunately I still get the same error,

    RFC error occurred:

    Logon failed (RFC_ERROR_COMMUNICATION)!

    CMALLC : rc=27 > Connect from SAP gateway to RFC server failed

    Connect_PM GWHOST=192.168.110.232, GWSERV=sapgw13, SYSNR=13

    LOCATION SAP-Gateway on host abyrerpp01 / sapgw13

    ERROR timeout during allocate

    TIME Mon Nov 24 13:12:03 2008

    RELEASE 700

    COMPONENT SAP-Gateway

    VERSION 2

    RC 242

    MODULE gwr3cpic.c

    LINE 1973

    DETAIL no connect of TP sapdp13 from host 192.168.110.232 after 20

    sec

    COUNTER 12

    Please advice,

    Regards,

    Ahmed

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2008 at 10:56 AM

    Ahmed,

    Sit with your basis guy and follow the link https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/1093c7a4-369f-2910-dfb2-afd07f210a1f

    to resolve your problem,

    Sojan

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 01:48 PM

    Hi,

    Along with entering system address in host file, have you defined new SAP System under Available Systems tab??

    if this is done then there wont be any RFC error.

    Thank You,

    Manoj

    points if useful..!!

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 07:32 AM

    HI,

    1 - Create the system entry using SAP Logon pad . make sure you are able to login to the system from sap logon pad. then u will see the same entry in easyDMS logon screen - no need to add anything here about different parameters.

    2- once step 1 is done and you still get the same error - then it means the system connection is not available for using an RFC connection .. there you need to talk to basis guy for more information.

    3- in easyDMS logon screen - click on SAP Logo - it will open a new window - there select rfc traces..and logon - it will create rfc traces which will help you to find out the root cause of this issue

    there is a possibility that u may not have authorizations on RFC FM to execute them

    regards,

    anu

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