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PortNumbers and Path in SSO

Hi,

I have been working on setting up SSO configurations ,as such created trusty,system object to make connection from EP to R/3

where in my portal i have been mentioning the details of R/3 system properties and i am also giving the port number liek 8000 and 3200

1) where exactly these port number comes from ?

2)If an example

http:hydepsrv2:50000

Host name :hydepsrv2(Java server).

Port number :50000

In this case its from Java based server so how these port numbers are calculated and where they come from?

please help me with details of the History of port numbers and there use ?

Regards,

AshwinChandraGirmaji

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  • Posted on May 04, 2011 at 12:54 PM

    Refer to

    http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/EP/HowtoCreateSystemObjectinthePortalforConnectingtoSAPBackend+Systems

    Thanks

    Prashant

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 03:45 PM

    Hi Aswin,

    Applicaiton Host & Gateway Host: These values you can get using SMICM tcode. Click on Goto > Parameter > display. you will find an entry like icm/host_name_full

    Gateway Service - sapgwxx where sapgw is common and xx is the system number. To know the system number, click on change item on sap logon pad. There you will find system number.

    Logical System Name - After logging into the ECC system, give transaction code SCC4 and press enter. select the client then you will find the logical system Name.

    sAP Client - This will be the client number to which you are connecting.

    SAP System ID, SAP System Number & Server Port - you will find these 3 details in the change item of sap logon pad. server port will be 32xx where xx is the system number.

    For ITS host and path, you can refer to the link provided by Prashant.

    for ITS Host name, goto tcode SMICM. select Goto > services.

    for ITS path, goto SICF tcode and follow the path mentioned in the document.

    Regards,

    VV

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      HI VV,

      Thanks for the reply to my questions regardingPath and port numbers, as such there are some different useful Tcodes like SMICM,SICF,SSTRUSTSS02,SS02,and very importantly SMMS where in which we will get the whole port number details of the backend systems .i really thank Mr.Prashanth for sending me the correct link which helped mi to get to know the concept well.

      Regards,

      AshwinChandraGirmaji