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SLD connection user/password not working.

Hello friends,

I am new bee in SAP Netweaver.

I installed SAP Netweaver for java.

Now I want to connect it with BAPI from SAP.

so, some where i am sucked with SLD. I opened Visula Administrator and nothing there to connect.

I also tried http://localhost:50000/sld but my user/password not working.

1. What to do to see/get username/password for SLD?

2. How to connect netweaver to access SAP ZBAPI?

Regards,

RH

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2009 at 08:16 PM

    Hello friends,

    I am new bee in SAP Netweaver.

    I installed SAP Netweaver for java.

    Now I want to connect it with BAPI from SAP.

    so, some where i am sucked with SLD. I opened Visula Administrator and nothing there to connect.

    I also tried http://localhost:50000/sld but my user/password not working.

    1. What to do to see/get username/password for SLD?

    2. How to connect netweaver to access SAP ZBAPI?

    Regards,

    RH

    Hi Ronny.

    Where is your UME running? On the java engine, on an ABAP system or at a LDAP?

    What i want to say is that your user has to gain the rights to connect to the SLD. Easiest way is to give you admin rights - to do that you have to know where your userstore is running....

    I am not sure if this is correct http://localhost:50000/sld

    Normally it should look like http://my.sap.com/56600/sld where my.sap.com is a fqdn and 56600 is the port of the java engine. 66 ist the system number of the as java.

    ZBAPI? I do not really know but i think you have to use a jco to connect...

    regards,

    Martin

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2010 at 10:00 AM

    Thanks

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