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configuring connector in system

Former Member
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Hello,

I have tried during 2 weeks to configure this system. Thanks to you, i could walk in the good way, and i have learn a lot of different things on the portal. Unfortunately, the connector test is still wrong (and i'm not so far to explose my keyboard on my pc) even if the 3 others are ok (webas, ITS, DQE).

i explain all the things i have understood. tell me if i'm wrong.

To create a RFC --> create a system with connector.

To create a connexion with connector, 2 things :

- user mapping

- parameters of my system.

user mapping :

i've put the login/pv of my r/3 system.

i've put the full control permission of my system for me.

parameters of my system :

display object -> connector. Here :

- Application host :

second field in the sap logon

- Logical system name :

transaction scc4, and choose the good client

- Remonte host type :

3

- Sap client :

in the webgui path???? the same as find in the logical name?

- gatewayservice :

rz10 transaction sna_gw_service

- SID :

in the sap logon

- Sap system number :

sap logon

- Serveur port :

32+ sap system number? find in the webguipath? find in the rz10 transaction server_port_0 ??

- System type :

R/3

have i forgot anything? i'm wrong somewhere?

thanks for help (reward any help)

Adrien

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Former Member
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Hi Adrien,

Have u created Alias of the System?

This is done by choosing System Aliases in Display Drop Down Box.

Because all the things are correct.

Regards,

Amit

Former Member
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hi Amit.

my alias is created... and run well

someone have another idea?

Former Member
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Hi Adrien,

What is the error you are getting?

Regards,

Amit

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hi Amit,

Error :

Test Connection with Connector

Test Details:

The test consists of the following steps:

1. Retrieve the default alias of the system

2. Check the connection to the backend application using the connector defined in this system object

Results

Retrieval of default alias successful

Connection failed. Make sure user mapping is set correctly and all connection properties are correct.

Former Member
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Hi Adrie,

Have you mapped the portal user to the SAP R3 user.

Goto User Administration --> User Mapping.

Then search for your portal user name.

ANd then click on edit.

In the Right Hand Side you have logon data for 'UserName'.

Select your System name.

Give a R3 user name.

Give the Pwd of this user.

Click Save.

And then test again.

Regards,

Amit

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it's written before :

"

user mapping :

i've put the login/pv of my r/3 system.

i've put the full control permission of my system for me.

"

My mapping looks like OK

Former Member
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Hi,

Please check information provided in the connector property of the system created are correct or not. Also set the User Management property to UIDPWD.

Regards,

Akshay

Reward if helpful.

Former Member
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hello Akshay and thanks for your answer...

Where can i find the user managemenr property? this property doesn't exit in the system configuration.

Regards,

Adrien

Former Member
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Hi,

When you open the system you have created, in the property tab you will find the user management property in the dropdown.

Regards,

Akshay

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Former Member
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oups sorry...

it still doesn't work... :s

thanks for your help !

regards,

Adrien

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