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Hi, I am Unable to Create a Adapative RFC2 Model

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I am unable to create a adapative RFC2 model.

It showing an error when i am configuring R/3 like

com.sap.conn.jco.JCOException:(103): JCO_ERROR_LOGON_FAILURE: No RFC authorization for function module RFCPING. on VM2IDES6 sysnr:00.\

Connection failed to configure different R/3 destination in IDE.

Thanks in advance

Devi

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former_member186852
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Dear Devi ,

Assign the user SAP ALL in ECC system and try to make the login again with that user.

Please check

SAP Note : 1108662  &

You need add to function group "SYST"

Thanks & Regards,

Meghal Shah

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Hi Meghal Shah,

Thanks for the Response.

Actually we don't have the credentials for ECC system.

Thanks and Regards,

Devi

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Hi devi

Get  the Target  ECC details and before that check the user is locked or not in the target system.

If it is locked unlock and test.

Regards

Ravi

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Hi Devi,

If you dont have credentials for ECC, then how can you connect?

http://einstein.etsu.edu/~pittares/software/nwds.pdf

Regards,

Nikhil

former_member186852
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Dear Devi,

Without ECC Credential you cannot import RFC.

Thanks & Regards,

Meghal Shah

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Hi Meghal Shah,

Thanks for the response.

I got the credential from the basis team. What I should do now?

Thanks and Regards,

Devi

Former Member
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Hi Nikhil Joshi,

I got the credentials from the basis team. I done the same procedure what you have mentioned in the link but it is showing same JCOException.

Thanks and Regards,

Devi

Former Member
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Hi Ravinder,

I got the credential from the basis team and my user is not locked but when I am configuring R/3 it showing same JCOException.

Thanks and Regards,

Devi

former_member186852
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Dear Devi ,

Please check below steps.

RFC's JCO Connectivity

  1. Create WebDynpro Project
  2. Import RFCs using Adaptive RFC Model
    1. Specify the Model name, package
    2. Specify the "Default Logical Name for model instances" and "Default logical names for RFC metada"
    3. Specify the backend connectivity details like hostname, system number, client, logon userid,password
    4. Select the RFCs you want to import
  3. Modify the WebDynpro project/application as per your requirements
  4. Go to WebDynpro Content Administrator (http://<server_host>:50000/webdynpro/dispatcher/sap.com/tc~wd~tools/Explorer) and configure the JCO connections (created in step 1.2) which were created for your project when you imported the Adaptive RFC Model.
  5. Check and ensure that your JCO connections are working.
  6. Build and deploy the WebDynpro Application.

Thanks & Regards,

Meghal Shah

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Are you using jdk? try using SAP JVM instead.

I assume that you have finished all the necessay steps required for the RFC import. like destination creation in NWA, correct ECC credentials.

Regards,

Nikhil

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Hi Nikhil,

I am done with all the steps what you have mentioned and i am using JDK.

Thanks and Regards,

Devi

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Hi Devi,

What is the NWDS version? Also, you try using SAP JVM. copy paste the complete log. if possible attach screenshots.

Try out few things. extract the copy of NWDS again. try creating new DC.

Regards,

Nikhil

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Hi devi,

Error says logon failure, check the user name and password of the user which you have entered for R/3 connection in IDE. Check if the user has proper authorizations and it exists in the R/3.

If the credentials are correct then check the java version. Try using SAPJVM.

Regards,

Nikhil

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Hi Nikhil Joshi,

Thanks for the response.

I have entered Username and Password in the R/3 which is authorized.

Thanks in advance,

Devi