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Plant Connectivity - RFC Destination

Hi,

I configured Plant Connectivity 2.0 (V2.0.0.33) according to the following document:

SAP Plant Connectivity 2.0 - Configuration Guide for EWM

On the EWM side one have to create a TCP/IP connection. There is a brief instruction in the EWM help:

Setting Up the Material Flow System > System Settings > 7.

The RFC Client connection test succeeds. The Connection Test in the SCM/EWM system results in error.

There are some ambiguous points in the configuration for me.

PCo Management Console > Destination Systems > RFC Settings > Server Settings

- Program ID

Should the Program ID be the same as the name of the TCP/IP Connection?

- Gateway Service ?

Here I took the sapgwxx which is listed in the error message.

- Application Server ?

What is meant by Application Server? It is the server where Plant Connectivity is installed? Or is it the SAP server?

SCM > SM59

The instruction in the MFS System Settings number 7 about the RFC destination doesnt specifies which settings to make here. Also the EWM-MFS-PCo guide doesnt give any detail about that. There is only a hint on page 15 that one can test the connection.

I would appreciate any help! Thanks in advance!

Kind Regards,

Bahit A.

Edited by: bahitaktas on Jun 8, 2010 2:04 PM

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    Jun 08, 2010 at 12:32 PM

    I solved the problem! 😊

    TCP/IP Settings:

    - Activation Type -> Registered Server Program

    - Registered Server Program > Program ID -> Program ID from PCo

    PCo Settings:

    PCo Management Console > Destination Systems > RFC Settings > Server Settings

    - Gateway Service ? Gateway listed in the error details if the TCP/IP connection in sm59 fails

    - Application Server ? Analogous the host listed in the error details ...

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/EN/22/042652488911d189490000e829fbbd/frameset.htm

    Edited by: bahitaktas on Jun 8, 2010 2:53 PM

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