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SLDCHECK not working

Hi All,

I have trying to run the SLDCHECK transactions in one of the PI Systems.

All the RFC destination are working fine. The data maintained in SLDAPICUST is right

The Function module LCR_LIST_BUSINESS_SYSTEMS is ending with a return code 4

Function call returned exception code 4

> Check whether the SLD is running!

Summary: Connection to SLD does not work

> Check SLD function and configurations

I am trying to figure out why but i still am not able to get the reason why.

If i run the Function module seperately it returns 50 business systems. SO the FM is fine. But dont know why its throwing an error then

The RFC destination after that LCRSAPRFC and SAPSLDAPI are running sucessfully also

Any pointers in this regard will be appreciated

Rgds

Aditua

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 08:45 PM

    Aditya,

    Please go to http://<hostname>:SLDPORT/sld and login and see if SLD is running. stop and start and then you can again check SLDCHECK in ABAP.

    More info on following link:

    System Landscape Directory (SLD)

    Thanks,

    Digesh Joshi

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 08:47 PM

    Check the follow note numbers as per your release:

    Note 768452 - Troubleshooting SLDCHECK - Releases 640, 70X

    Note 1143810 - Troubleshooting SLDCHECK - Releases 71X

    Note 641009 - Performance of SLDCHECK / LCR_LIST_BUSINESS_SYSTEMS

    Regards,

    Pavan

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2009 at 05:04 AM

    Its working now

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