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SAP .Net Connector Problem

Former Member
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Hi,

I am facing problem while generating proxy

Environment:

- SAP connector 2.01

- SAP GUI 640

- .NET 2003 (FW 2/1.1)

- OS Server 2003

- librfc32 6.4.

Symptom:

-


I can see my rfc-module in the

server explorer. (the filter works fine)

The server explorer is able to get

the rfc-module name, so the logon should be be ok.

If I drag the rfc-module to my proxy object,

the system starts but does not retrieve anything... I would say system does nothing and after some time I get following error message.

the error message:

Exception in thread "main" com.sap.aii.upload.api.LoginException$LoginFailed:

at com.sap.aii.upload.sap.SAPConnection.connect(SAPConnection.java:100)

at com.sap.aii.upload.sap.SAPConnection.connect.<init>(SAPConnection.java:38)

at com.sap.aii.upload.sap.RFC2WSDLTool.getWSDLforRFCs(RFC2WSDLTool.java:81)

at com.sap.aii.upload.sap.RFC2WSDLTool.main(RFC2WSDLTool.java:196)

Please help

Thanks,

Ketan.

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Former Member
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I had the same problem, except that I was using SNC to connect to R/3, which was the cause of the error. The methodology that the .NET connector uses to query R/3 for the available BAPI's etc is different from the methodology that is used to pull the information back to the proxy class; therefore the ability to view BAPI's is not an indicator of a successful connection to the application server. Check to ensure that you have the appropriate information set in the properties of the application server in server explorer such as: client is set (default value is 0) and a valid username and password.

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hi,

think the same problem ?

- bad client

- wrong username / password.

- case problems: If backend is case-sensitive you need a case-sensitive LIBRFC32 (version 6.40) on the client. The version that comes with NCo 2.0.1 is, but maybe it's replaced. If the backend is not case-sensitive and your NCo is, you may need to enter the password all-UPPERCASE.