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SAP Handshake with RFC server failed

Hi,

We are having problem perform the SAP Handshake with RFC server. We have defined the RFC destinations, our RFC server is running however when we try to Test the connection after the RFC are registered we keep getting this error:

Logon: connectin error

error detail: Error when opening an RFC connection (CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPOCMINIT'' cmRc=2 thRc=67

Error detail: ERROR; Program FLRFCSRV not registered.

Error detail: ...

Error detail: RETURN CODE: 679

We checked our flrfcsrv.xml file and this is our entry:

<sap_progid>FLRFCSRV</sap_progid>

Has anyone seen this error before?

TIA

Lynne

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 11:28 PM

    I assume this is the RFC server of DQM for SAP. Take a look at the RFC server log file, do you see the initialization complete or any error? ...

    Regards,

    George

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    • Hi,

      I followed steps provided in the same sequence, still error persists. Please refer enclosed logs and help to resolve it.

      Warning: The transactional RFC Server on <Dataservice hostname> connected to <MDG_SID>is hibernating

      Service_Realtime_DQ_SAP_Product_Version : Failed to parse the WSDL or the Job may not be published in DS Management Console.

      FYI: FLRFCBTC started without error, and RFC working from MDG system (SAP)

      Thanks

      Ram

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