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Can I use the SAP GUI to access SAP Application Server?

If yes, how?

I want to login, but it failed everytime with message 10061 !

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 09, 2003 at 08:39 PM

    Hello Gerd,

    the Sneak Preview Edition of Web Application Server contains only the Java stack and does not offer support for SAP GUI. This will change for Web AS 6.40.

    Best regards


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    • Former Member Benny Schaich-Lebek


      I've got a problem similar to the one posted in this part of the forum.

      I'm trying to connect an SAP BW 3.0b UNIX server, that is not placed in my LAN.

      We've opened the right TCP/IP ports, in particular 3200 and 3300.

      No problems at all if I use SAPGUI connection to enter the Administration Workbench (port 3200), so we can say that the basic communication between the two LANs is configured well, WITHOUT using SAP Router.

      But if I try to use Business Explorer client tools, such as Analyzer, I encounter the classic message:


      Connect from SAP gateway to RFC server failed.

      Error Group



      Connect from SAP Gateway to RFC server failed


      Then I click on Details button:


      Connect_PM GWHOST=xxx.yyy.www.zzz, GWSERV=sapgw00, ASHOST=xxx.yyy.www.zzz

      LOCATION SAP-Gateway on host [Internal Hostname] / sapgw00

      ERROR connection to host [External Hostname], service sapgw00 timed out

      TIME ...


      RELEASE 620

      COMPONENT NI (Network Interface)

      VERSION 36

      RC -12

      MODULE nixxi.c

      LINE 812

      DETAIL NiPConnect

      COUNTER 2


      Do you think it's a problem of the SAP Gateway configuration? Where have I to put my attention?

      Please, note that the message shows both the [Internal Hostname] and the [External] one ... but I don't think that this is the problem...Is the NATting supported?

      Thank you very much!


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