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unable to create trusted RFC from Solution manager to satellite system

Hello,

unable to create trusted RFC to/from Solution manager, i am getting the followig error:

1 No trusted system entry for the caller system "MG1 " or the

security key entry for system "MG1 " is invalid

2 User "XABHYABH " has no RFC authorization (authorization object

S_RFCACL) for caller "XABHYABH " with client 011.

Can any one help me to resolve this issue, how can we add the trusted system ??

Regards,

Bhavesh

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    Oct 22, 2009 at 12:04 PM

    Exactly what it says...you need to add the authorisation object S_RFCACL to the user XABHYABH (in his profile).

    Assign the authorisation object to the user profile. If necessary use transaction PFCG to create a role and assign that authorisation object.

    Check the forums with the search term S_RFCACL. This issue has been discussed many times.

    ~p.

    Edited by: Pascal on Oct 22, 2009 11:07 PM

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    Oct 23, 2009 at 05:12 AM

    Hi,

    Ensure that the user with the authorization objects S_RFC and S_RFCACL exists in source and target system. Use the same user name for creation of Trusted RFC. While adding authorization object to your profile, ensure that you have activated all the fields in your object and all are green.

    Rajeev

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    Oct 26, 2009 at 09:12 AM

    Hello ,

    I have already checked the authorization before putting this message and user xabhyabh have all the required authorizations. but still i ma not able to create the trusted RFC.

    Please let me know if any hting else required to be done to create trusted RFC. i am trying to connect R3( 4.7) systems in the solution manager .

    Thanks in advance

    Regards,

    Bhavesh

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      Did you do user comparison in PFCG for the role containing S_RFCACL?

      You also might check contents of the role in satellite system. Maybe one value for object S_RFCACL does prevent your login.

      Regards

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 02:38 PM

    Go into transaction SMT1 and remove the entries for trusted systems.

    Make sure you check the authorizations in both systems.

    If you are using the SOLMAN<SID> id, delete it in both systems. Also remove the RFC destinations in both systems.

    Then go into SMSY and create your trusted connections.

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