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UWL Connection Exception error

Hi SAP gurus,

I m facing problem with UWL Connection.I configured all the required setting for UWL .I done the system connection testing also.They are running fine . System id registers and activated for UWL successfully. 

My problem is i get UWL Connection error for normal users,with a super_admin role it works fine, but with standard portal role the mentioned issue raised.For this i assign read permission to  "Every User" ( Everyone group), but no use.

This UWL throwing this error


" Exception type:com.sap.netweaver.bc.uwl.connect.ConnectorException Message:Mon Jan 07 04:51:25 IST 2013
(Connector) :com.sap.portal.connectivity.destinations.PortalDestinationsServiceException:Could not get connection for alias SAP_ECC_UWL. Contact your system administrator."

Kindly Expedite.

Thanks and Regards,

Srikanth

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    Jan 07, 2013 at 12:25 PM

    Did you check the "End User" permission for every user??

    end user flag is required, read permission is not..

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    • Hi Srikanth,

      To solve the error : PortalDestinationsServiceException:Could not get connection for alias for system; You need to make sure to log on to portal using the user which exists and has correct authorizations in the connecting back end system.

      System Object should be registered by the user which exists in both the systems Portal as well as back end.

      If you are using "J2ee_admin" user in portal  then make sure that user "j2ee_admin" exists in back end system as well.

      Hope it helps to solve the error.

      Regards,

      Ashish Shah

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    Jan 08, 2013 at 05:52 AM

    Hi Srikanth,

    Please attach:

    (dev_rout is at work directory such as

    <driver>:/usr/sap/<sid>/<instance>/work

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