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SAP .Net Connector

Hi all,

I'm trying to create a project in Visual Studio using SAP .net Connector but I'm receiving the error below when it's creating the proxy (final step):

To create a proxy directly from a SAP system, you must install a Java VM from JavaSoft

Inner error was:

INFO: using loggin implementation "AII Loggin"

com.sap.aii.upload.sap.SAPConnectionException$ConnectFailed: Unable to estabilish connection to R/3 system server.domain.com(system=0, client=21)

at com.sap.aii.upload.sap.SAPConnection.connect(SAPConnection.java:103)

at com.sap.aii.upload.sap.SAPConnection.(SAPConnection.java:38)

at com.sap.aii.upload.tool.RFC2WSDLTool.getWSDLforRFC(RFCWSDLTool.java.81)

at com.sap.aii.upload.tool.RFC2WSDLTool.main(RFC2WSDLTool.java:196)

Exception in thread "main"

I'm using SAP .net Connector 1.0.3 and JRE 1.3.1_13 in a Windows Server 2003 OS. Does anyone know what's going on?

Thank you.

Message was edited by: Andréa Gomides

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2004 at 07:00 PM

    You are passing the wrong login info

    com.sap.aii.upload.sap.SAPConnectionException$ConnectFailed: Unable to estabilish connection to R/3 system server.domain.com(system=0, client=21)

    System=0 a system in sap is always 2 letters 1 number or 1 letter 2 numbers as far as I know but always 3 that's the System ID

    Client=21, the client is a 3 digit number 000, 066 are shipped by default and usually 100 or 001 and then you can make more clients.

    You should be passing the system id, system number, client to login, user name and password and language is optional.

    Plus your PC you are running on needs to be bale to find the SAP system ("hostname")

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