I have written a SAP server (.NET Connector 2.0, C#, runs as service) which opens
3 server connections to SAP.
From the SAPServerHost class I have derieved my own class
and overwritten the callback function OnServerException.
When this function is triggered by disconnecting my server from the network
I call the Stop method of the host instance.
In a separat thread I call the hosts Start method in intervalls
(like every minute) to try to reconnect to SAP again.
After reconnecting my server to the network the host is restarted and opens
3 connections to SAP again.
When I monitor my server connections in SAP (SMGW) I see 6 server connections
after reconnecting my server.
There are 3 corrupt connections that remain visible and which
I have to kill from within SMGW.
Are these 3 connections cleaned up by SAP after a while ?
Do I have to clean them up from within my server and if yes how do I do that ?
Here is my OnServerException method:
public override SAP.Connector.ActionOnServerException OnServerException(SAP.Connector.SAPServer server, System.Exception e)
if((this.ServerHostStatus != SAPServerStatus.Stopped) &&
(this.ServerHostStatus != SAPServerStatus.StopPending))
Thanks a lot for all responses in advance,