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Incomplete Logon Data

Hi,

We have just transported all of our code from our DEV portal and R/3 systems to our QAS portal and R/3 system. A lot of the developed iViews we created now do not work, and this is the error that I am getting.

Caused by: com.sap.mw.jco.JCO$Exception: (103) RFC_ERROR_LOGON_FAILURE: Incomplete logon data.

at com.sap.mw.jco.rfc.MiddlewareRFC$Client.nativeConnect(Native Method)

at com.sap.mw.jco.rfc.MiddlewareRFC$Client.connect(MiddlewareRFC.java:755)

at com.sap.mw.jco.JCO$Client.connect(JCO.java:2605)

at com.sapportals.portal.prt.service.jco.JCOClientService.getJCOClientPoolEntry(JCOClientService.java:589)

at com.sapportals.portal.prt.service.jco.JCOClientService.getJCOClientPoolEntry(JCOClientService.java:429

at BenefitTaxInfo$BenefitTaxInfoDynPage.doProcessBeforeOutput(BenefitTaxInfo.java:42)

When I go into my java code, line 42 is calling the system identifier defined in the default.properties file and telling me that it does not exist in the systems.xml and the jCoDestinations.xml. I talked to our portal administrator, and he told me that it does exist in both files.

Is there something else that we need to set up? Is there something else that they need to set up?

TIA!!

Kevin

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2004 at 06:35 PM

    I suspect that the SSO credentials are not being found. I am guessing that you are using UserMapping feature, but have not personalized the credentials for the user you are running the component as. Either go to:

    1)User Admin -> User Mapping or

    2)Personalize -> User Mapping

    and configure the credentials for the user, group, or role with valid id/password to the R/3 system alias you are using in your code.

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    • Former Member

      Hey Will...

      We got it all figured out. The portal administrator had the jCoDestionations.xml logonmethod tag set to UIDPW, instead of SAPLOGONTICKET. So everything is flying high now. Thanks for the advice.

      Kevin

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