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How to create SAPSLDAPI RFC in ECC towards SLD

Steps to create SAPSLDAPI

1. Goto SM59 Tcode.

2. In node TCP/IP Connections (T), Create.

3. RFC Destination Name : SAPSLDAPI

4.   In “Technical Settings” Tab,

    – Choose the option “Registered server Program

    – Program ID : SAPSLDAPI_<SID>

    – Choose “Default Gateway Value

    – In CPI-C timeout, Choose “Default Gateway Value

    – In Gateway Options, Gateway Host : <Host Name>

                                        Gateway Service: SAPGW<Instance number>

5. Save.

6. Click on “Connection Test” button.

Note<SID> – Instance name of the PI/SolMan system hosted.

           <Host Name>  – Server Name where PI/SolMan system hosted.

            <Instance Number>  – instance number of PI/SolMan system.

                                                    Example : 00

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      Author's profile photo Nanda Kumar
      Nanda Kumar

      thanks for sharing this information.

      I have a question:

      <SID> - Instance name of the PI/SolMan system hosted.

      If we have a dedicated SLD system (a NW java system), separate from PI/Solman, then the <SID> should be that of the SLD system, right?

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      Hi Nanda,

      you can find the Program ID in the SLD system (ex: SAPSLDAPI_<SID>).

      Maintain that program ID in the destination.

      Regards,

      Dino

      Author's profile photo Nanda Kumar
      Nanda Kumar

      i think my questions is not clear.

      What does the <SID> refer to?

      SLD or PI or Solman?

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      SID points out the SLD to which you have connected.

      If you are connecting to a SLD of PI system, SID : system name of PI system.

      If you are connecting to a SLD of SolMan system, SID : system name of SolMan system.

      Its based on the system you integrate.