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ERROR: SAP gateway connection failed. Is SAP gateway started?

hi experts,

when i create the RFC throuth Solman server to out DEV server its gives such error

Logon Connection Error Error Details Error when opening an RFC connection Error Details ERROR: SAP gateway connection failed. Is SAP gateway started? Error Details LOCATION: SAP-Server solbasis_SOL_00 on host solbasis (wp 2) Error Details COMPONENT: CPIC Error Details COUNTER: 3 Error Details MODULE: Error Details LINE: Error Details RETURN CODE: 236 Error Details SUBRC: 0 Error Details RELEASE: 700 Error Details TIME: Wed May 02 12:10:49 2012 Error Details VERSION:

Please suggest.

our Solman server

os--Windows

DB--10.0.2.4

version --SAP Solution Manager 4.0

And DEV server

os--Linux 5

DB--10.0.2.4

version --ECC 6.0

Regards,

vivek

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    Posted on May 02, 2012 at 07:28 AM

    Hi Vivek,

    open a terminal connection on your DEV server, and try to contact Solman gateway via telnet, using this command:

    telnet <hostname of you solman system> 3300

    3300 (AKA sapgw00) is the standard port of the gateway service started by an ABAP instance whose system number is 00.

    On the solman server, you can check the gateway process log by viewing the file:

    /usr/sap/SOL/DVEBMGS00/work/dev_rd

    Regards

    Leo Capasso

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