Adobe Document services
This documentation was written to link D35 CLNT 200 (ABAP stack) to DJ1 (JAVA STACK hosted in sapdj1.fr.rm.corp.local System number 01).
2 Creation of user ADS_AGENT in ABAP stack
type : service
Transaction SU01 :
3 Creation of user ADSUSER in JAVA stack
In visual admin tool:
In visual Admin Tool:
Or in NWA:
The ADSUSER must be a technical user:
4 Creation of RFC destination in ABAP stack
Transaction SM59 :
N° service is 5<SN>00 where <SN> is the system number of JAVA STACK.
5 Activation of web services in ABAP STACK :
Transaction SICF :
Service name FP (sap/bc/fp) and FPADS (sap/bc/fpads).
6 Creation of http DESTINATION in JAVA STACK
Warning: the name MUST BE FP_ICF_DATA_<SID>!!! Where <SID> is the SID of the ABAP STACK.
Or in NWA:
7 Check FP_TEST_00 in ABAP stack
SE38 : ABAP FP_TEST_00 :
Click on print preview and if it is ok, you have :
Else you have an error message.
8 Check RFC connection from ABAP stack to JAVA stack
Se38 ABAP FP_PDF_TEST_00:
If it is ok, you have:
Else you have an error message and it means that you have some trouble in RFC connection in ABAP stack (check point 3).
9 Check the destination service in ABAP stack
Se38 : ABAP FP_CHECK_DESTINATION_SERVICE (available as of NW2004s SPS
First time, you launch it without the selecting option “With destination Service”:
It calls the java stack to generate the form but didn’t send back the form, it just gives the size of the form:
Second time, you launch it with the selecting option “With destination Service”:
If it is ok, you have quite the same message (the size can be different)
Else you have an error message and you have to check task 4 and 5.
Configuration guide on sap help
OSS note 944221 Trouble shooting