Sunday, July 12, 2009

Creating RFC Destinations in the J2EE Engine

The RFC destination in the J2EE engine is an RFC server that is called by the BW system as an RFC client. The connection is necessary to display portal content in SAP BW. The RFC destination is then used when creating the RFC Destination for SAP EP 6.0.

You need this setting for all integration scenarios.

Procedure

Follow these steps to create an RFC destination in the J2EE engine:

1. Start the SAP J2EE Engine Administrator with \admin\go

2. Connect to the Portal Server.

3. In the tree, select /Server<…>/Services/Jco RFC Provider.

4. Maintain an RFC destination:

¡ Program ID: _PORTAL_ (see Creating an RFC Destination for SAP EP 6.0 in the Registered Server Program section)

¡ Gateway host: (see Creating an RFC Destination for SAP EP 6.0 in the Gateway Options section)

¡ Gateway service: sapgw

¡ Number of processes (1..20): 20

¡ Application server host: see Gateway host

¡ System number:

¡ Client:

¡ Language: EN

¡ User: (User in the BW system)

¡ Password:

5. Transfer the RFC destination to the available RFC destinations with the Set button.

6. Start the RFC server with the Start button.

Check

The RFC destination can be checked with the Display and Maintenance of RFC Destinations (transaction SM59) (see Creating an RFC Destination for SAP EP 6.0 in the Checking section).

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