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RFC's Creation in Solution Manager!

Hi Experts,

1) SM_SMPCLNT200_BACK

2) SM_SMPCLNT200_TRUSTED

3) TRUSTING_SYSTEM@SMP

200 = Solman Client.What are the uses of these RFC's?When & how are they created?

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    Apr 22, 2010 at 12:25 PM

    Hello,

    SM_SMPCLNT200_BACK Is created in a managed system to communicate with the Solution Manager.

    SM_SMPCLNT200_TRUSTED is a trusted connection, trusted connections are used for a number of purposes in Solution Manager, but generally they are created with the wizard in transaction SMSY or SOLMAN_SETUP in the managed systems configuration.

    TRUSTING_SYSTEM@SMP is not a Solution Manager specific RFC, these are created every time you establish a trusted/trusting system relationship. You can see more details about trusting / trusted systems in note 128447.

    Best regards,

    Miguel Ariñ

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    • Hello,

      In fact, if you use Solution Manager with the ChaRM scenario you need the trusted RFCs for the STMS communication.

      The trusted RFCs are created if you generate them with the wizard in SMSY. Most scenarios and applications of Solution Manager let you choose the RFC that you want to use, you are not forced to use trusted RFCs unless the configuration guide for that scenario tells you to do so (one example is again RFCs to client 000 of satellite systems, these are needed for ChaRM).

      Don't worry too much about the trusting / trusted relationship, you only need to look into that level if you get trusted RFC errors.

      Hope this helps.

      Best regards,

      Miguel Ariñ

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    Apr 22, 2010 at 12:10 PM

    Hello,

    Please visit SAP Note 1088980 which is a central note for all questions for Solution Manager installation.

    Also, if you visit the following URL, you can get documents on the differences between RFC's and even how to get them installed.

    http://service.sap.com/instguides

    Click on > SAP Components > SAP Solution Manager <7.0 EHP1> Operations > Security Guide SAP Solution Manager 7.0 EHP 1.

    On top of this, you will find a lot of valuable documents here on Solution Manager.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Mark

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    Apr 22, 2010 at 12:16 PM

    Hi,

    Please have a look to the customizing guide in SPRO. Almost all the information you've requested is there.

    In the IMG :

    SAP Solution Manager -> Basic Settings -> System Landscape -> Generate RFC - Destinations (see documentation).

    regards,

    Stéphane.

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    Apr 23, 2010 at 06:15 PM

    1) SM_SMPCLNT200_BACK is used by SDCC on satellite system to send Earlywatch data to Solution Manager

    2) SM_SMPCLNT200_TRUSTED can be used by Solution Monitoring scenario to log on directly to a satellite system

    from Solution Manager

    The Trusted destination usually allows a user to log directly into the satellite system via RFC without SAPlogon or SAPGUI

    from Solution Manager - although there maybe different configurations of trusted desintations and different useage depending on the scenario

    Hope this helps to give you idea of what these destinations are

    Best wishes

    Stuart

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