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Applying "com.sapportals.connectors.sap" via SDM

I obtained the above fix to the portal relating to an RFC problem. When I applied it, I got the following message

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Deployment started Tue Feb 22 16:19:16 GMT 2005

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Starting Deployment of com.sapportals.connectors.sap

Finished with warnings: development

component 'com.sapportals.connectors.sap'/'sap.com'/'SAP

AG'/'609.20041122174412.0000':

Caught exception during application startup from SAP J2EE Engine's

deploy service:

java.rmi.RemoteException: Error occurred while starting application

sap.com/com.sapportals.connectors.sap and wait. Reason: Clusterwide

execption: server ID 8802950:Cannot bind "SAPFactory" MCF.

(message ID:

com.sap.sdm.serverext.servertype.inqmy.extern.EngineApplOnlineDeployerIm

pl.performAction(DeploymentActionTypes).REMEXC)

Deployment of com.sapportals.connectors.sap finished with Warning

(Duration 6359 ms)

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Deployment ended Tue Feb 22 16:19:23 GMT 2005

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I am assuming this isn't good as I have been told by the developers that we cannot connect to R/3 at all now.

1. What is SAPFactory, and where can I find it.

2. Has anyone seen this before?

Any help gratefully received.

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 01:57 PM

    Hi Paul,

    version data will always help on requests like that...

    The SAPFactory is basically the connector implentation for sap systems (SAPCFConnector.rar). You can find the configuration in Visual Admin -> server -> services -> Eisconnector (6.20) or Connector Container (6.40).

    Regards, Karsten

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