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HOW TO TRANSFER RFC CONNECTIONS???

Hello friends,

we doing system refresh from production to others, There we have to transfer rfc connection from target system. can u please help me - how to transfer RFC connection from target system and how to re-get after refresh.

Thanks&Regards

Farkath C

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2012 at 11:57 AM

    Hi Farkath ,

    For Export RFC destinations, fallow the below steps.

    Create a Transport of copies type request on QA system which is going to be refreshed.
    Specify the Target system
    Once TR is created Double click on request
    Go to Change mode, and then enter the below table values.

    Program ID Object Type Object Name
    R3tr tabu RFCDES
    R3tr tabu RFCDOC
    R3tr tabu RFCDESSECU
    R3tr tabu RFCATTRIB
    R3tr tabu RFCCHECK
    R3tr tabu RFCGO
    R3tr tabu RFCTA
    R3tr tabu RFCCMC
    R3tr tabu RFCSTXTAB
    R3tr tabu RFCSYSACL
    R3tr tabu RFCTRUST
    R3tr tabu RFCTYPE

    Enter the Table Keys as * for all the table entries
    Save it.

    Release the TR > TR will appear in QA import queue.
    Once QA system is refreshed,Import the TR created for above task to get back the RFC destinations.

    Thanks,
    Sreeni

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  • Posted on Nov 14, 2012 at 11:13 AM

    Hello Farkath,

    Some options are discussed in the following thread:

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/1603995

    See also the restore and backup of rfc detailed in thread:

    https://scn.sap.com/message/8893057

    hope this helps.

    regards,

    Paul

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