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JCO Error when running applicaitons from the WebDynpro admin

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Hi...

I am getting this error when running my custom apps from the J2EE admin. They run fine from the portal. SAP apps display a login page. Why do my apps display this message?

Could not create JCOClientConnection for logical System: AEWD_MODELDATA_DEST - Model: class com.aei.inboxpoc.model.inboxview.RH_INBOX_VIEW_CREATE. Please assure that you have configured the RFC connections and/or logical System Name properly for this model!

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Former Member
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Hi,

Please close the post if you have solved it.Otherwise continue the discussion

Regards

Rohit

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The error is very generic ans can be caused many different things. The cause of ourerror is that our R/3 J2EE is setup to receive tickets from the Portal J2EE. However, it doesn't issue tickets itself. That is why the portal can run the web dynpro app but I cannot from the Web Dynpro admin or via a url to the application. Do you know if it's possible to have an R/3 J2EE issue and receieve tickets?

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Hi stephen

Well it should be possible. Let me find that and let you know. But when you run your WebDynpro app without the portal have you set the Authentication property to true. Because for logon tickets to work it requires some username information. I guess you Webdynprp app is not working as a standalone because you havent set the Authentication property in Application properties.

When you run the WebDynpro app from the portal you are logging in to the portal and then you run the WebDynpro app which will pass the user name information to R/3.

Let me know if that helped you.

regards

ravi

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Hi...the property in the application is set to true. However, my R/3 j2ee is only a receiver of tickets from the portal. So even though I get a login when going straight to the URL on R/3 J2EE servers, it still fails. My basis team was questioning if the R/3 J2EE can issue and recieve tickets.

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Hi...I appreciate the insight. The error only occurs if I run the application from the WebDynpro console or from a WAS URL. If I run via the portal in an iView, the application runs. It seems that the JCO connection cannot get the ticket information. Since I am running the app on the J2EE engine, it seems that it should be able to pass the ticket to the connection.

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hi,

Go to content administrator and test your SLD connection

Regards

Rohit

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Hi Stephen,

Please check the following posting.

Regards, Anilkumar

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Hi Stephen

Seems that you have not configured your JCO connections. Before that make sure that you have created technical system in SLD and do the necessary configurations in SLD.

Regards

NagaKishore V

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Hi,

Did you configure Jco connections in WAS.

thanks,

-Bharath