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Problem with RFC INTEGRATION_DIRECTORY_HMI

Hello !

I h’ave one problem with the RFC connection INTEGRATION_DIRECTORY_HMI.

When I test it, SAP ask me in a pop-up window an user/password.

I’m sure that SAP should’nt ask me another user/password like I fill it (XIISUSER) in the definition of the RFC destination.

Coul someone help me ?

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 01:23 PM

    Hello Martial,

    Check your Security Option in your sm59 Destination:

    Trusted System must be NO

    And the Checkbox "Logon Screen" not marked.

    Regards,

    Robin

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 03:26 PM

    Hi Martial,

    If you are sure that you are using the correct uid/pwd, and you are still getting the logon screen, you need to change the uid/pwd to another account, do a test, and then change it back to the one you want to use. In this way, the logon screen will disappear. I am not sure why it behaves like this, but it will work.

    Regards,

    Hart

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 12:37 PM

    Hi All

    I have the same problem, and i cannot get rid of User/Password popup weil testing connection. I've checked the credentials 100 times 😔

    Any clue what else could I do ?

    thanks in advance

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      Hi,

      this problem are strang. I also have this problem with my

      test installation. Even when i try the trick from Lui it

      doesn't work in my case. The popup screen still appeare.

      I futhermore have problem with the abap cache refresh in

      full mode where i describe in another topic. I would also

      interested how to get rid of this problem.

      For Martial:

      did you install a new XI-System with NW04-SR1 on windows

      e.g. windows 2000 Server? Did you have also the cache problem on the abap side?

      regards,

      Ly-Na Phu

      Message was edited by: Ly-Na Phu

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 02:18 PM

    I had this problem initially however I later found out that it was caused because I had hit Enter prior to hitting Save on my RFC connection definition in SM59 although it can also be caused by clicking on the other tabs without hitting Save immediately as well. Once you put in the user ID and password for the RFC connection, hit Save (do not hit Enter or click on any other tabs). If you look at the Configuration guide it warns that Save must be hit immediately before doing anything else with that particular RFC connection.

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    Posted on Feb 28, 2005 at 08:51 AM

    Hi,

    which Logon Procedure did you choose, SAP Standard or Basic Authentication ?

    rgds

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    Posted on Feb 28, 2005 at 11:37 AM

    The problem is resolved. 😊

    SAP-Note: 664107

    -25/JUN/04 -Remarks on Post-Installation Steps------

    Remarks on Installation Guide sections:

    Creating RFC Destinations in the ABAP Environment

    After you selected "Basic Authentication", you get a dialog that warns you that changing the authentication method might delete the givenlogon data. Confirm with "Yes". If you get a Warning in the status line saying "SSL client PSE DFAULT does not exist.", press <ENTER> to be able to edit the logon data fields.

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