we run a TREX instance on a Windows 2003 server and use it for our HCM portal.
The solution is in operation since 2 years but actually we face the problem that objects which have been created within the last month will not be covered by the index.
Without knowing about any changes in the setup I see the following error message when I perform the RFC connecten test in our ERP system:
Logon Connection Error
Error Details Error when opening an RFC connection
Error Details ERROR: program Trex_UKP_20071025104543 not registered
Error Details LOCATION: SAP-Gateway on host janos / sapgw00
Error Details DETAIL: TP Trex_UKP_20071025104543 not registered
Error Details COMPONENT: SAP-Gateway
Error Details COUNTER: 12906
Error Details MODULE: gwr3cpic.c
Error Details LINE: 1778
Error Details RETURN CODE: 679
Error Details SUBRC: 0
Error Details RELEASE: 700
Error Details TIME: Mon Jul 27 10:34:48 2009
Error Details VERSION: 2
In the TREX admin tool on the Windows server I see the following log message:
Source->Destination: Not set in TREX but TREX reachable -> ini file section missing?.
After reading lots of notes I guess that I have to register the server program that's used in the RFC on the gateway.
Unfortunately I have no idea how to do that.
Has anybody experiences with such a problem case or can tell me how to continue?
Is the problematic RFC realy the reason of my problem or just another side effect?
Many thanks for your really appreciated help in advance and best regards
Register this program id on trex side by following below link:
Edited by: Sunny Pahuja on Jul 27, 2009 11:09 AM
Link defect, replacement found, Title "RfcAccept" https://help.sap.com/saphelp_nwmobile71/helpdata/en/22/042c26488911d189490000e829fbbd/frameset.htm
Also this seem to be useful, Title "Configuration errors"
Also check the saprfc.ini file whether it contains the gateway host and the service name or not.
If the rfc is registered correctly then you will find the RFC in the Gateway, to check this goto Tcode SMGW and then check the 'logged clients' tab. If the RFC is shown here then you can conclude that RFC is registered correctly.
the saprfc.ini on the TREX server look like follows:
UKT is our test system which is connected to the same TREX server and everything is fine there.
On the test system I can also see the registered server program in SMGW.
UKP is our productive system where the configuration should be the same.
Of course I do not see the registered server program in SMGW there.
Is the way described in above link (RFCACCEPT) the only correct way to register my server program?
I ask because I found information that the server program has to be developed according to this rfcaccept command and I have absolutely no idea wheather this is so.
Thanks again for your help!