3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 21, 2010 1:42 PM by Stuart Campbell RSS

RFC call failed: JCO.Server could not find server function 'SET_SLD_DATA'

ABH ABH
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Hi, All

 

the system is PI 7.0 EHP1 oraclei Win2003 server, I configured SLD but I run RZ70, having error "RFC call failed: JCO.Server could not find server function 'SET_SLD_DATA' ". I know there are lot of tread about this error, but none of themsolve my problem. all JCO, RFC connections and SDL DATA supplier(VA) seem OK. error message in SM21 is "Could not send SLD data"

 

detail from SM21

 

The system could not send the data that has been collected automatical

for the System Landscape Directory (SLD). Check whether the gateway

configured in transaction RZ70 has been started and whether the SLD

bridge has been registered with this gateway.

You can use transaction SM59 to check this in the sending system for t

implemented RFC destinations. The RFC destinations have the standard

names "SLD_UC" for Unicode sending systems and "SLD_NUC" for non-Unico

sending systems. If a different RFC destination has been entered in

RZ70, check this destination instead.

You can use the Gateway Monitor to check the target gateways. In ABAP

systems, this monitor is started with transaction SMGW, or you can use

the external SAP program "gwmon". Check whether the specified gateway

has an active registration.

 

 

OF COURSE I checked  RFC of  SLD_UC and SMGW

 

any different ideas

 

Regards

ABH

  • Re: RFC call failed: JCO.Server could not find server function 'SET_SLD_DATA'
    Digesh Joshi
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    ABH,

     

    Please check if your SLD Bridge information is correct in RZ70.

     

    Host       Hostname

    Service    sapgw00      (if system number is 00 - it ends with 00)

     

    - Digesh Joshi

  • Re: RFC call failed: JCO.Server could not find server function 'SET_SLD_DATA'
    Gerard Christopher
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    i assume you have configured SLD locally in PI.

     

    Did you execute tx  SLDCHECK and see whether you are able to connect?

     

    If you are unable to connect check tx sldapicust and configure the username and password there.

  • Re: RFC call failed: JCO.Server could not find server function 'SET_SLD_DATA'
    Stuart Campbell
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    Hi

     

    Please check the following notes are implemented

     

    Note 906454                           

    Note 907729

     

    You may be aware but if you are not --->RZ70 creates the required SLD* RFCs during runtime - therefore if you have defined these RFCs manually first using the same namespace you can get RFC conflicts which result in a failed submission    

     

    Please also check the user in the RFC is known to both systems and has required authorization to write to SLD

     

    Generally with SLD you have to install or select a suitable gateway to handle incoming data supply traffic

    Also the gateway you are using has be known to SLD and reflected in RZ70 - i.e these defintions have to be the same

                                            

    It is also recommended to delete all references to SLD_* RFCs in data supplier and target SLD

    after a failed submission attempt to allow RZ70 to recreate these consistently once the above has been checked

     

    Best wishes

     

    Stuart

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