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RFC task 0000000001 is already being used for destination TDCVM24S04_EC7_00.

We are transferring the data from one SAP system to other SAP system using BGRFC units. We have done the below steps:

  • Created a BGRFC Supervisor destination in t-code SBGRFCCONF.
  • In supervisor destination provided the sap user with the required authorizations Role : SAP_BC_BGRFC_SUPERVISOR, S_rfc authority object with activity "Execute" and the name of rfc to be protected are (BGRFC_SUPERVISOR and SYST) (At present this user has SAP_ALL authorization)
  • Created one TCP/IP type destination for connecting the third party to SAP system with BGRFC as data transfer mode.
  • Successfully able to make the connection.
  • Written the below code to send the data through BGRFC units using TRFC mode DATA: my_destination TYPE REF TO if_bgrfc_destination_outbound,
    my_unit TYPE REF TO if_trfc_unit_outbound,
    dest_name TYPE bgrfc_dest_name_outbound.
    dest_name = 'BGRFC_B3'.
    my_destination = cl_bgrfc_destination_outbound=>create( dest_name ).
    my_unit = my_destination->create_trfc_unit( ).

    CALL FUNCTION 'ZZ_DS_ABAP_TRANS' IN BACKGROUND UNIT my_unit tables ETLSTRSF = elt .
    COMMIT WORK
  • After execution of above code, we are able to generate BGRFC units. But when we checked in SBGRFCMON t-code , these units are present in failed state with the below error: “RFC task 0000000001 is already being used for destination TDCVM24S04_EC7_00.”

Note : Both SAP systems are equal to or above SAP_BASIS level 731.

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