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RFC problem (CTS with Solution Manager)

Hi everybody,

I'm configuring a transport landscape with Solman.

For demo purpose I created 3 clients in a Sandbox system (SBX), which should function like a 3-system-landscape. I created a transport domain in Solman (SM1) and added SBX into the domain (SM1 and SBX are not in one transport directory). The transport routes are configured from SBX:810 - SBX:820 - SBX:830. After I distributed the configuration, I can also see routes in SBX.

I also used SOLMAN_SETUP to generate the RFC connections to every client (READ and TMW), also to SBX:000 and SM1:000.

Then I created a Solman Project and wanted to configure the IMG-Project in "System Landscape" tab (so that I can use this project for CTS). But as I tried to create the IMG, I got an error:

S:No RFC authorization:000 function module SPROJECT_CREATE_NO_DIA_R.

Message no. No RFC authorization000

Can somebody give me a hint?

Another problem is, I created a customizing request and a workbench request in SBX:810, I can see them in SE09 in SBX, but in SM1 I cannot see them! I also don't understand here...

I'd preciate any help from you!

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 12:24 PM

    Charlie,

    There are a few things going on here which may be confusing the issue. Like Tom said QGM and ChaRM are built upon and use the functionality of TMS. So in order to progress onto ChaRM and IMG projects we need to get CTS working first. Let's focus upon getting it working in ABAP first. You mentioned that the transport directory for SBX and SM1 are in different. I prefer to have the transport directory shared between the two of them and would recommend you doing that.

    If you cannot do that then you'll have to configure domain links which is another complication - so for the moment lets say that you can either have a common directory or live with not being able to see the transports from either system in SE09.

    So, can you create a transport in SBX and transport it up through the clients SBX:810 -> SBX:820 -> SBX:830 using transaction STMS in SBX? If you can do that then you have the foundations and can build from there. My recommendation would be:

    1. Transport ABAP transport up through SBX.

    2. Common transport directory.

    3. CTS+ if necessary.

    4. Transport an IMG Project up through SBX.

    5. Configure QGM.

    Ciará

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    • Hello Charlie

      The customizing is accessible through transaction SE03 -> under Administration -> double click Display/Change Request Attributes

      Go into change mode and set an X in column Obligatory attribute and Attribute once for request for Attribute SAP_CTS_PROJECT

      Kind regards

      Tom

  • Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 05:10 AM

    Hello Charlie

    You have put the hint in bold already.

    S:No RFC authorization:000 function module SPROJECT_CREATE_NO_DIA_R.

    Message no. No RFC authorization000

    You can use transaction SU53 right after getting the error to see which authorization your user is missing.

    My guess is authorization object S_RFC

    If you don't have a Z role already with authorization objects S_RFC and S_RFCACL it's probably a good idea to create one (or have it created) and assign it to your user-id.

    Kind regards

    Tom

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    • Former Member Tom Cenens

      Hi Tom,

      yes, I do know Web UI is for CTS+. Our plan is to add a PI system into the scope.

      I have activated the CTS_BROWSER service. The error message came in the web browser.

      Now I'm wondering, if it is possible at all to use Web UI to manage ABAP-Only system landscape? I'm not sure how to configure it.

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