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RFC to File (without BPM) -- Error in SM58 in R/3 side

Hi Gurus

Good day to you. I am tyring to do RFC to FILE scenario(ie by using Bussiness Services) with out using BPM. I have done everything and i found that there is no issue in my configuration.

I created Logical system in R/3 as below.

name: RFCTOXI

Connection Type: T

program-d: naga

Gateway host: dev (this is my R/3 host name)

Gateway Service: sapgw10 (this is my R/3 service)

In ID of my sender communication channel (RFC adaptor) i configured the RFC channel like below

RFC Server Parameters:

Application Server(Gateway) : dev

Application Server Servuce : sapgw10

program id: naga

RFC Metadata Repository Parameter:

Application Server: dev

system number: 10

Below i had given my SAP R/3 login details.

In R/3 i created a bapi which is RFC enable and executed that bapi in the report program which i created by using the destination RFCTOXI (ie RFC destination created in R/3). it is running fine. But i am unable to see any messages in SXMB_MONI, so further i checked in SM58 in R/3 and found the error like alternativeServiceIdentifiier: party/service from channel Configuration. while i tried to connect to remote system by using the RFC destination i created in R/3 (ie RFCTOXI) but in status text it is showing like com.sap.aii.af.rfc.afcommunication.RfcAFWException.

Please get back to me if you need further information.

So now please check and suggest me how to proceed further to get the solution. Thanks in advance.

Regards

Raj

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    Former Member
    Oct 12, 2009 at 06:24 AM

    Hi ,

    In the RFC sender adapter give the program id , activate it first

    and then create the RFC destination ( Type T)in SM59 ....give all the details , select registered server program and give the program id here. activate it .

    Regards,

    Jude

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Thanks for your response. I got it, I missed to give the adapter specific parameters for the sender bussiness service. I gave and now it is working fine. Thanks.

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    Former Member
    Oct 12, 2009 at 06:37 AM

    Hi ,

    Check your RFC destination form SM59 , using Test connection

    Regards,

    Jude

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