Import Settings from SAP RFC Destination

Import Settings from SAP RFC Destination

Import Settings from SAP RFC Destination

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SAP System selection

1. SAP System selection
Select the SAP system to import the packing station profile from. If the required system is not shown, select Specify SAP system manually and enter the host details:

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SAP user name

2. SAP user name
This function requires an SAP login. Enter the SAP user name to log in.

3

SAP password

3. SAP password
Enter the password of the SAP user.

4

SAP client

4. SAP client
Enter the SAP client number.

5

Language

5. Language
Enter the required SAP system language. This does not affect the import of the RFC destination.

6

Connect button

6. Connect button
Use this button to retrieve the list of RFC destinations.

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RFC destination

7. RFC destination
Select the RFC destination.

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Search for an RFC Destination

8. Search for an RFC Destination
Enter the search pattern and press ENTER or click again to search for an RFC destination.

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Read and verify RFC destination

9.  Read and verify RFC destination
Use this button to read the RFC destination. The configuration settings will be validated and the results of the validation displayed. If the validation is successful, the settings can be imported into ERP-Scale by clicking .

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Validation results

10. Validation results
This table shows the results of the validation checks. If any errors are displayed, they should be remedied in SAP and the import repeated.

11

RFC destination exists

11. RFC destination exists
If an error is indicated, create the RFC destination using transaction SM59. See Create RFC destination in SAP.

12

RFC destination type is TCPIP

12. RFC destination type is TCPIP
If an error is indicated, delete the RFC destination using SAP using transaction SM59 and recreate it with connection type TCPIP (T). See Create RFC destination in SAP.

13

RFC activation type is Registered Server Program

13. RFC activation type is Registered Server Program
If an error is indicated, change the RFC destination using SAP using transaction SM59 and set the Activation type to Registered Server Program. See Create RFC destination in SAP.

14

RFC destination has a Gateway Host specified

14. RFC destination has a Gateway Host specified
If an error is indicated, change the RFC destination using SAP using transaction SM59 and set the Gateway Host. See Create RFC destination in SAP.

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RFC destination has a Gateway service specified

15. RFC destination has a Gateway service specified
If an error is indicated, change the RFC destination using SAP using transaction SM59 and set the Gateway service. See Create RFC destination in SAP.

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RFC destination has a Program ID specified

16. RFC destination has a Program ID specified
If an error is indicated, change the RFC destination using SAP using transaction SM59 and set the Program ID. See Create RFC destination in SAP.

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Import RFC Destination

17. Import RFC Destination
Tick this to create a new RFC destination in ERP-Scale. To update an existing RFC destination, select it from the list.

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Import

18. Import
Click this to import the RFC destination into ERP-Scale.