When we want to generate client proxy and server proxy in our R/3 system we need to have the message interfaces available in our R/3 system. To visible the message interfaces in our R/3 system we need to perform proxy configurations like:
Creating two RFC destinations of type T: LCRSAPRFC and SAPSLDAPI and RFC destination of type H: INTEGRATIONSERVER_PI.
After performing all the proxy configurations we can have our message interfaces in R/3 system which was created in IR of PI/XI system. The main point here is while creating T type RFC destinations we are maintaining the PROGRAMID.
Where can we get this PROGRAMID? We can not use any name for this PROGRAMID. We need to use the particular name for this PROGRAMID which will be available in our visual administrator under services (for PI7.1 there is no visual admin).Below is the path for opening the visual administrator.
D10 is the system ID and 01 is the system number.
Under services Click on JCo RFC Provider
Then we will get our required program id’s as per the naming convention we can easily understand them.
Finally these PROGRAMID’s can be used in our R/3 system.
If we don’t have the access to the visual administrator we have other alternative way to get the PROGRAMID. Logon to your PI system (ABAP Stack) and use the t-code SM59 and open the TCP/IP connections there you can find the LCRSAPRFC and SAPSLDAPI open the connections and there we can find the PROGRMID.
Use the same PROGRAMID while creating RFC destinations of type T in our R/3 system.If we don’t have the access to the SM59, finally we need to contact our basis team.