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Need help Uncaught exception "CX_FQDN"

Greetings!! Dear Experts,

I have installed Ecc6.0 on an external hard drive and I have installed WIN 2003 on it as well which i use through VM software as I have WIN 7 OS on my laptop. I designed a webdynpro application and it genrated a URL http://gcecc62:8000/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/zsaptechnical_demo . but when i executed it from SE80 it took me to web browser where i entered logon information and then after a while it showed me the error and it asked me to check in ST22 where I got to know its uncaught exception "CX_FQDN". I searched for it and i checed numerous threads and got to RZ10 where II could not locate the parameter icm/host_name_full = <FQDN> . I created it but could not locate from where to activate it. Please help me and tell me the step wise step procedure as I am new to ecc6.0 and I am an ABAP developer who has not handled such situations yet.

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Anurag Jain

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2010 at 02:48 PM

    Hi Anurag,

    If the host name only specifies the host and port but not the domain (including the extension), the shortened URL of a BSP application appears as follows:

    <protocol>://<hostname>:<port>/sap/...

    Example: http://pwdf0487:1080/sap/bc/bsp/sap/it00/default.htm

    In contrast, the full URL should be as follows:

    <protocol>://<host name>.<domain> <extension>:<port>/sap/...

    Example: http://pwdf0487.wdf.sap-ag.de:1080/sap/bc/bsp/sap/it00/default.htm

    You can determine whether the specifications of the domain are missing by branching to one of your BSP applications in the SAP System: Call the development environment in the SAP System (transaction SE80).

    Select BSP Application in the pull-down menu in the left column and enter the name of your BSP application in the field underneath. Select Display (the glasses symbol).

    Double-click on a BSP under Pages.

    Select the Attributes tab.

    Check whether the path specification in the URL field next to the host also contains the domain, as described under Cause and Prerequisites.

    If the domain specifications are missing, proceed as described in the Solution section and use the icm/host_name_full profile parameter.

    FQDN: Fully Qualified Domain Name

    FQHN: Fully Qualifoed Host Name

    For more information read SAPnote:

    Note 1403326 - Exception CX_FQDN when starting WD ABAP applications

    Note 654982 - URL requirements due to Internet standards

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2010 at 05:59 AM

    Hi Prateek,

    Thnaks for your reply and I guess if you look above at my post I am guessing my URL doesn't have a domain name right? Please also advice if there is any other incorrect thing beside that. Moreover I would also like to know how to correct it. I have looked at the notes specified by you but couldn't get much from there. I would highly appreciate your response at the earliest.

    Regards,

    Anurag Jain

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      Hi,

      Since you have installed it on a laptop with VM software I dont think you have any domain configured in your laptop. For configuring the domain its again a separate process which will be done by OS guys and after that again you need to install your SAP if domain is configured.

      I guess there might be some dummy IP which you might have assigned to system (win2k3 on which you have installed SAP) at the time of installation. Make the entry of that IP and name in host file under <Drive>:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\host file and in url in place of hostname replace it with IP adress and try.

      This is only a workaround which might work...just give a try and let us know.

      Regards,

      Sharath

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2010 at 07:02 AM

    Hi Sharat

    I am not sure if I have understood what your are saying and if you have correctly understood how I am running SAP here. I am explaining it more clearly here again, please have a look. I have installed WIN 2K3 and Ecc6.0 on an external hard drivel which i use by connecting to my laptop and running VM software on it as I have WIN 7 OS on my laptop. Please advice me further as

    1. I started by laptop

    2. Connected the external drive

    3. Powered on the VM software, which in turn started running WIN 2k3

    4. I checked hosts file as mentioned by you and found 127.0.0.1 localhost (mentioned there)

    Please tell me what to do next....I would highly appreciate your help.

    Regards,

    Anurag Jain

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      Hi,

      Ohk fine...now after powering on VM Software your Win 2k3 started running and als the SAP I guess? Now, tell me one thing how are you accessing your SAP from GUI?. Now in WIn2k3, go to command prompt (start->run->cmd) and enter commands "ipconfig", this will display the IP address and after that execute the command "hostname" which will display the host name of Win2k3. Now in host file under Win2k3 make the entry of IPaddress against hostname.

      This is just my guess....if you are accessing your SAP from Windows 7 os then make the above mentioned host entries in windows 7 host file. Also, let me know how did your configure your SAP logon PAD.

      After that access the url like http://<ipaddress>:<port>/.... (remaining path whatever it is). Hope this clarifies.

      Regards,

      Sharath

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2010 at 08:00 AM

    Hi Sharat,

    I have tried what you said but its not working, its giving the same error. So tell me what ca we do now? However I access the sap by first starting it in my console root and then logging on to sap using GUI on my WIN 2K3. Please suggest what to do ???

    Regards,

    Anurag Jain

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