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Guide to Install SAP GUI and test connection on MAC

I recently installed SAP GUI on my MAC , OS yosemite . After some pitfalls I managed to make it up and running .

So , I thought of writing the steps followed for others striving to achieve the same .

1) Download the JRE8 u 45 from the below link

Java SE Runtime Environment 8 – Downloads

Select the “Mac OS X x64” option in the above link

2) Once the download is complete , install the same on your machine

3) Download the JDK8 u 45 from the below link

Java SE Development Kit 8 – Downloads

Select the “Mac OS X x64” option in the above link

4) Once the download is complete , install the same on your machine

5) Download the SAP GUI for JAVA , from sap service market place  , download centre by following the below link

A- Z Index | SAP Support Portal

6) Click on the Index “G” .

7) Enter user SAP service marketplace S-User credentials and locate “SAP GUI for JAVA” and click to open the link

8) Click on the “SAP GUI For JAVA 7.40” link on the screen

9) On the next screen , click on “MacOs” and in the “Downlaod” subscreen  , select the “JAR” file , PlatinGUI740_2-20012037.JAR ,

with the highest patch level , and add it you download basket to download it .

10) Finally download the “PlatinManual_2-20012037.JAR” file  from your download basket to your local machine

11) Once the download is complete , look for the file “PlatinGUI740_2-20012037.zip”  in your Mac

12) Extract the jar file by double clicking the downloaded file , “PlatinGUI740_2-20012037.zip”

13) Open the extracted folder , and locate the “GuiStartS.jar” file

14) Double click the “GuiStartS.jar” file and start installing the SAP GUI for JAVA on your machine

15) Follow the steps shown , by clicking “Next”

16) Once the installation is complete , you will find the  “SAP GUI for JAVA” logon pad in your Launchpad

17) Next step is to add an SAP system . To do that open the “SAP GUI forJAVA” logon pad

18) Next select “JAVA GUI services” in the dropdown next to Delete icon

19) Now push the “Create New” icon button , button next to “Connect” button on the Top Left corner

20)  In the window open , add description and navigate to “Advanced” tab

21) Select the checkbox : Expert Mode and add the connection string as below

conn=/H/<SAP Router Server address(if any)>/S/3299/H/<SAP server address>/S/32<Instance_no>

e.g.

conn=/H/xx.xxx.xx.xxx/S/3299/H/abc.corp.com/S/3201

Note : For connection type server group , the connection string should be as below :

conn=/M/<message server address>/S/<message server port no>/G/<Log on Group name>

22) Once done click OK . You will find the new system added in the SAP GUI log on pad

23) Finally test the connection by selecting the added system and clicking on “Connect” button

There you go !! You are up and running .

Hope you find this blog helpful .

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      Author's profile photo roberto mitola
      roberto mitola

      Hi Rini,

      I installed sap gui 7.40 on yosemite.

      I'm pretty sure that I have followed your step by step instructions, but when I click "connect" the system returns me this error and I can not figure out where the problem is.

      consider that on same network i run SAPGUI from windows machines with no problems.

      can you help me?

      many thanks in advance.

      Roberto

      Connection failed

      Error: connection to partner '10.209.10.147:3620' broken

      Wed May 6 15:24:17 2015

      Release 740

      Component NI (network interface), version 40

      rc = -6, module

      /net/usr.delivery/SAPGUIForJava_740_REL/bas_740_ REL/src/base/ni/nixxi.cpp, line

      5129

      Detail NiIRead: P=10.209.10.147:3620; L=10.88.13.141:54912

      System Call recv

      Technical Details

      java.lang.Exception: Error: connection to partner '10.209.10.147:3620' broken

      Wed May 6 15:24:17 2015

      Release 740

      Component NI (network interface), version 40

      rc = -6, module /net/usr.delivery/SAPGUIForJava_740_REL/bas_740_REL /src/base/ni/nixxi.cpp, line 5129

      Detail NiIRead: P=10.209.10.147:3620; L=10.88.13.141:54912

      System Call recv

      Author's profile photo Ganukumar Shah
      Ganukumar Shah

      Hi Rini.

      Need a help.

      I have macOS Mojave  version 10.14.6

      In the first step i get two files:

      Mac OS X x64 79.91 MB jre-8u231-macosx-x64.dmg
      Mac OS X x64 71.46 MB jre-8u231-macosx-x64.tar.gz

      Which one should be installed?

      Thanks

       

       

       

      Author's profile photo Rini XX
      Rini XX
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Roberto ,

      As per the error posted by you , looks like the system was not able to connect to the SAP server.

      Could you please send the exact connection string you are using .

      Also could you please specify answer to the below questions:

      1) Is this "10.209.10.147"  the SAP server IP address

      2) Did u also specify 3620 in the connection string ?

      Also if could send me the connection snapshot from SAP GUI Logon pad used in Windows , I might be able to help better .

      Best Regards,

      Rini

      Author's profile photo roberto mitola
      roberto mitola

      thank you Rini for your reply.

      I'll try to answer to your questions.

      The connection string I'm trying to use is:

      conn=/H/DP0_LOGON_GROUP/S/3220&expert=true

      Test:conn=/H/10.209.10.27/S/3201&expert=true

      1)yes, it is SAP server IP address

      2)no, suppose it is 3220

      here is the snapshot of windows logon:

      saplogon-1.JPG

      I also enclose the "saplogon.ini" used in windows: it works really well.

      [Configuration]

      SessManNewKey=11

      MessageServerTimeout=10

      ConfirmDelete=0

      NoEditFunctionality=0

      SapguiHexdumpActivated=0

      SapguiTraceActivated=0

      SapguiTraceLevel=2

      SapguiNTCmdOpts=

      [MSLast]

      MSLast=AST

      [MSWinPos]

      NormX=39

      NormY=71

      [Router]

      Item1=

      Item2=

      [Router2]

      Item1=

      Item2=

      [RouterChoice]

      Item1=0

      Item2=0

      [Server]

      Item1=DP0_LOGON_GROUP

      Item2=10.209.10.27

      [Database]

      Item1=20

      Item2=01

      [System]

      Item1=3

      Item2=3

      [Description]

      Item1=DP0-Sap Media Produzione

      Item2=Test

      [Address]

      Item1=10.209.10.37

      Item2=

      [MSSysName]

      Item1=DP0

      Item2=DT0

      [MSSrvName]

      Item1=sp23t0

      Item2=

      [MSSrvPort]

      Item1=sapmsDP0

      Item2=

      [SessManKey]

      Item1=1

      Item2=10

      [SncName]

      Item1=

      Item2=

      [SncChoice]

      Item1=-1

      Item2=-1

      [Codepage]

      Item1=1100

      Item2=1100

      [CodepageIndex]

      Item1=-1

      Item2=-1

      [Origin]

      Item1=MS_SEL_GROUPS

      Item2=USEREDIT

      [LowSpeedConnection]

      Item1=0

      Item2=0

      [Utf8Off]

      Item1=0

      Item2=0

      [EntryKey]

      [EncodingID]

      [ShortcutType]

      [ShortcutString]

      [ShortcutTo]

      [ShortcutBy]

      Many thanks again Rini!

      Have a nice day,

      Roberto

      Author's profile photo Rini XX
      Rini XX
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Roberto,

      As per the connection  snapshot shared by you  , you are using Logon groups in SAP GUI for windows.

      For logon groups the connection string should be as below .

      conn=/M/<message server address>/S/<message server port no>/G/<Log on Group name>


      So , You need to get the correct Message server fqdn or ip address and also its port no.

      You already have the Logon Group Name .

      Hope it works for you this time .

      Best Regards,

      Rini

      Author's profile photo roberto mitola
      roberto mitola

      Hi Rini,

      I'll try what you suggested. I'll let you know.

      Have a nice day,

      Roberto

      Author's profile photo roberto mitola
      roberto mitola

      YESSSS!!!! It works!!! Thank You sooo much Rini!!! 🙂

      Kind Regards,

      Roberto

      Author's profile photo Rini XX
      Rini XX
      Blog Post Author

      Gr88 . I am gonna add it to the actual post as well.

      Author's profile photo Rolf-Martin Woersinger
      Rolf-Martin Woersinger

      Hello Roberto,

      you might want to have a look at the documentation referred in

      note 1617725 - SAP GUI for Java FAQ and problem solving, section "Configuration"

      for a tool-based conversion of SAP GUI for Windows logon entries to SAP UI Landscape format, which can be used in SAP GUI for Java.

      Best regards

      Rolf-Martin

      Author's profile photo roberto mitola
      roberto mitola

      Thank you Rolf, I'll have a look.

      Have a nice day,

      Roberto

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      I'ved added like 35 systems this way fine . . but what about for non group/server systems . . ones that have been added as Connection Type: Custom Application Server? and for /R/app/G/SPACE type of systems its not working either ..

      any idea? clues? help you can provide?

      Thank you!

      Author's profile photo Rini XX
      Rini XX
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Charlie ,

      Sorry for the delay..have been pretty busy lately..

      Regarding the SAP application server , you need to follow below for connection string as mentioned in the post:

      conn=/H/<SAP Router Server address(if any)>/S/3299/H/<SAP server address>/S/32<Instance_no>

      e.g.

      conn=/H/xx.xxx.xx.xxx/S/3299/H/abc.corp.com/S/3201

      Note : For connection type server group , the connection string should be as below :

      conn=/M/<message server address>/S/<message server port no>/G/<Log on Group name>


      Further , the connection string convention

      /R/<SAP system id>/G/<Logon group name>

      is used along with a text file containing mapping b/w the SAP system id and its corresponding server ip .


      I have never used the above connection string though.


      Further , it would be good , if you could put a screenshot of the error you are getting , i would able to know the issue better.


      Hope it helps.


      Best Regards,

      Rini

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hi Rini,

      I have seen you post on sap gui connection on Mac. I am unable to undertand few things, Please help with these

      1)Can You please help me in finding the "instance_no"

      2)what is 3299 ?? if it is any specific number, where to find it

      3) What is connection type server group, I am not able to change mine.



      Guide to Install SAP GUI and test connection on M...


      Awaiting for your reply,

      Thanks in Advance,

      Rajesh

      Author's profile photo Rini XX
      Rini XX
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Rajesh ,

      1) Instance no - This is the SAP instance no , what you u see in SAP Logon pad. You need tto ask your BASIS team if u dont have that info .

      2) 3299 : This is the port number of the router

      3) Server group is required only if you use a logon group to login to SAP application server.

      Hope this helps.

      Regards,

      Rini

      Author's profile photo Raphael Pacheco
      Raphael Pacheco

      Good job Rajesh!

      Author's profile photo Sangeeth Parvatam
      Sangeeth Parvatam

      Dear all

      I just setup SAP GUI on my Mac as per the instructions given.

      For my sap logon details as below:

      System Application Server Instance No ID Client
      ECC saperp.getraind.com 40 EH6 800

      , I setup the connection as below:

      conn=/H/xx.xxx.xx.xxx/S/3299/H/saperp.getraind.com/S/3240

      However, I get the below error when I try to connect. Can somebody help me?

      Connection failed

      Error: partner 'xx.xxx.xx.xxx:3299' not reached

      Mon Dec 28 07:51:03 2015

      Release 740

      Component NI (network interface), version 40

      rc = -10, module

      /net/usr.delivery/SAPGUIForJava_740_REL/bas_740_REL/src/base/ni/nibuf.cpp, line

      4513

      Detail NiBufIConnect: connection pending after 10000ms

      System Call connect

      Error No 36

      'Operation now in progress'

      Technical Details

      java.lang.Exception: Error: partner 'xx.xxx.xx.xxx:3299' not reached

      Mon Dec 28 07:51:03 2015

      Release 740

      Component NI (network interface), version 40

      rc = -10, module /net/usr.delivery/SAPGUIForJava_740_REL/bas_740_REL/src/base/ni/nibuf.cpp, line 4513

      Detail NiBufIConnect: connection pending after 10000ms

      System Call connect

      Error No 36

      'Operation now in progress'

      at: com.sap.platin.r3.protocol.ni.GuiNiNetConnection.processOpenRequest(GuiNiNetConnection.java:328)

      at: com.sap.platin.r3.protocol.ni.GuiNiNetConnection.handleOpenRequest(GuiNiNetConnection.java:157)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.connection.GuiConnection.processCreateReply(GuiConnection.java:527)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.connection.GuiConnection.handleCreateReply(GuiConnection.java:500)

      at: com.sap.platin.r3.protocol.ni.GuiNiNetConnection.handleCreateRequest(GuiNiNetConnection.java:147)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.connection.GuiConnection.open(GuiConnection.java:324)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.application.GuiApplication.createConnection(GuiApplication.java:1001)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.logon.GuiLogonLS.doConnect(GuiLogonLS.java:2398)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.logon.GuiLogonLS$Handler.mouseClicked(GuiLogonLS.java:2901)

      at: java.awt.AWTEventMulticaster.mouseClicked(AWTEventMulticaster.java:270)

      at: java.awt.AWTEventMulticaster.mouseClicked(AWTEventMulticaster.java:269)

      at: java.awt.Component.processMouseEvent(Component.java:6538)

      at: javax.swing.JComponent.processMouseEvent(JComponent.java:3324)

      at: java.awt.Component.processEvent(Component.java:6300)

      at: java.awt.Container.processEvent(Container.java:2236)

      at: java.awt.Component.dispatchEventImpl(Component.java:4891)

      at: java.awt.Container.dispatchEventImpl(Container.java:2294)

      at: java.awt.Component.dispatchEvent(Component.java:4713)

      at: java.awt.LightweightDispatcher.retargetMouseEvent(Container.java:4888)

      at: java.awt.LightweightDispatcher.processMouseEvent(Container.java:4534)

      at: java.awt.LightweightDispatcher.dispatchEvent(Container.java:4466)

      at: java.awt.Container.dispatchEventImpl(Container.java:2280)

      at: java.awt.Window.dispatchEventImpl(Window.java:2750)

      at: java.awt.Component.dispatchEvent(Component.java:4713)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEventImpl(EventQueue.java:758)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue.access$500(EventQueue.java:97)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue$3.run(EventQueue.java:709)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue$3.run(EventQueue.java:703)

      at: java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)

      at: java.security.ProtectionDomain$JavaSecurityAccessImpl.doIntersectionPrivilege(ProtectionDomain.java:76)

      at: java.security.ProtectionDomain$JavaSecurityAccessImpl.doIntersectionPrivilege(ProtectionDomain.java:86)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue$4.run(EventQueue.java:731)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue$4.run(EventQueue.java:729)

      at: java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)

      at: java.security.ProtectionDomain$JavaSecurityAccessImpl.doIntersectionPrivilege(ProtectionDomain.java:76)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEvent(EventQueue.java:728)

      at: com.sap.platin.micro.event.GuiEventQueue.dispatchEvent(GuiEventQueue.java:79)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpOneEventForFilters(EventDispatchThread.java:201)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForFilter(EventDispatchThread.java:116)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForHierarchy(EventDispatchThread.java:105)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(EventDispatchThread.java:101)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(EventDispatchThread.java:93)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.run(EventDispatchThread.java:82)

      caused by : java.io.IOException

      java.io.IOException

      at: com.sap.platin.r3.protocol.ni.JniAgComAdaptor.connect(JniAgComAdaptor.java:45)

      at: com.sap.platin.r3.protocol.ni.GuiNiNetConnection.processOpenRequest(GuiNiNetConnection.java:287)

      at: com.sap.platin.r3.protocol.ni.GuiNiNetConnection.handleOpenRequest(GuiNiNetConnection.java:157)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.connection.GuiConnection.processCreateReply(GuiConnection.java:527)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.connection.GuiConnection.handleCreateReply(GuiConnection.java:500)

      at: com.sap.platin.r3.protocol.ni.GuiNiNetConnection.handleCreateRequest(GuiNiNetConnection.java:147)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.connection.GuiConnection.open(GuiConnection.java:324)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.application.GuiApplication.createConnection(GuiApplication.java:1001)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.logon.GuiLogonLS.doConnect(GuiLogonLS.java:2398)

      at: com.sap.platin.base.logon.GuiLogonLS$Handler.mouseClicked(GuiLogonLS.java:2901)

      at: java.awt.AWTEventMulticaster.mouseClicked(AWTEventMulticaster.java:270)

      at: java.awt.AWTEventMulticaster.mouseClicked(AWTEventMulticaster.java:269)

      at: java.awt.Component.processMouseEvent(Component.java:6538)

      at: javax.swing.JComponent.processMouseEvent(JComponent.java:3324)

      at: java.awt.Component.processEvent(Component.java:6300)

      at: java.awt.Container.processEvent(Container.java:2236)

      at: java.awt.Component.dispatchEventImpl(Component.java:4891)

      at: java.awt.Container.dispatchEventImpl(Container.java:2294)

      at: java.awt.Component.dispatchEvent(Component.java:4713)

      at: java.awt.LightweightDispatcher.retargetMouseEvent(Container.java:4888)

      at: java.awt.LightweightDispatcher.processMouseEvent(Container.java:4534)

      at: java.awt.LightweightDispatcher.dispatchEvent(Container.java:4466)

      at: java.awt.Container.dispatchEventImpl(Container.java:2280)

      at: java.awt.Window.dispatchEventImpl(Window.java:2750)

      at: java.awt.Component.dispatchEvent(Component.java:4713)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEventImpl(EventQueue.java:758)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue.access$500(EventQueue.java:97)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue$3.run(EventQueue.java:709)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue$3.run(EventQueue.java:703)

      at: java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)

      at: java.security.ProtectionDomain$JavaSecurityAccessImpl.doIntersectionPrivilege(ProtectionDomain.java:76)

      at: java.security.ProtectionDomain$JavaSecurityAccessImpl.doIntersectionPrivilege(ProtectionDomain.java:86)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue$4.run(EventQueue.java:731)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue$4.run(EventQueue.java:729)

      at: java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)

      at: java.security.ProtectionDomain$JavaSecurityAccessImpl.doIntersectionPrivilege(ProtectionDomain.java:76)

      at: java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEvent(EventQueue.java:728)

      at: com.sap.platin.micro.event.GuiEventQueue.dispatchEvent(GuiEventQueue.java:79)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpOneEventForFilters(EventDispatchThread.java:201)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForFilter(EventDispatchThread.java:116)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForHierarchy(EventDispatchThread.java:105)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(EventDispatchThread.java:101)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(EventDispatchThread.java:93)

      at: java.awt.EventDispatchThread.run(EventDispatchThread.java:82)

      Author's profile photo Rini XX
      Rini XX
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Sangeeth,

      Please specify the SAP Router Server IP address in your below mentioned path instead of xx.xx.xx.xx

      conn=/H/xx.xxx.xx.xxx/S/3299/H/saperp.getraind.com/S/3240


      Talk to your BASIS team to get the router address.


      Thanks,

      Rini

      Author's profile photo Sangeeth Parvatam
      Sangeeth Parvatam

      Thanks Rini. The problem is now resolved.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hi Rini,

      Very Helpful blog!

      Thanks a lot for sharing your experience!

      I face the same error as mentioned by other users -

      Connection closed

      Error: connection to partner

      'sapxxx.ides.yyy.com:5201' broken

      Thu Jan 28 12:02:47 2016

      Release 740

      Component NI (network interface), version 40

      rc = -6, module

      /net/usr.delivery/SAPGUIForJava_740_REL/bas_740_REL/src/base/ni/nixxi.cpp,

      line 5129

      Detail NiIRead: P=148.251.87.250:5201; L=192.100.1.126:49673

      System Call recv


      My system details are as follows -

      Applicationserver: localhost

      Instance: 00

      System ID: <SID>

      SAProuter String: /H/sapxxx.ides.yyy.com/S/5201/W/<password>


      What should I enter in the expert settings (currently I have entered - conn=/H/sapxxx.ides.yyy.com/S/5201)


      Could you kindly me in resolving this error?


      Thanks again!

      Best Regards,

      Abir

      Author's profile photo Rini XX
      Rini XX
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Abir,

      Could you please try the below string :

      conn=/H/sapxxx.ides.consolut.com/S/5201/P/<SAP Router Password>/H/localhost/S/3200


      Check if localhost works or else replace it with the ip address.

      Ideally in your case it should be :

      conn=<SAP Router string>/H/<SAP Applical server address>/S/32<SAP Server Instance no>


      Hope it works .


      BR,

      Rini

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hello Rini,

      Wonderful! It works now 🙂

      (conn=/H/sapxxx.ides.yyy.com/S/5201/P/<password>/H/localhost/S/3200)

      Thanks a lot!

      Best Regards,

      Abir

      Author's profile photo Rolf-Martin Woersinger
      Rolf-Martin Woersinger

      Hello,

      I highly recommend to read section 5.3.1 Connection Strings in chapter 5. Reference found in the manual, which comes with SAP GUI for Java.

      Best regards

      Rolf-Martin

      Author's profile photo Rini XX
      Rini XX
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Rolf for the reference .

      Author's profile photo Jordan Boen
      Jordan Boen

      Worked like a charm, as long as you know the correct connection string that's unique to each environment - thanks!

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Estimados

      Agradeceré de vuestra ayuda...

      Adjunto imagen de datos de conexión en Windows, pero al intentar en MAC no puedo

       

      Saludos Cordiales

       

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hi Victor,

      Try something like:

      conn=/H/saprouter.salfagestion.d/S/30000/H/10.159.0.22/S/3203

       

      Hope it helps.

       

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Dear All,

       

      I am trying to connect to SAP form my MAC computer. Unfortunately I faced some problems, bellow you will find the massage that appears. Could you please give me some informations how could I solve this problem:

      Connection closed
      Error: internal error
      Location: SAProuter 40.4 on 'uccsaprouter'
      Tue Mar 28 23:40:40 2017
      Release 720
      Component NI (network interface), version 40
      rc = -93, module nirout.cpp, line 2754
      Detail NiRClientHandle: route expected

      Author's profile photo priyanka malhotra
      priyanka malhotra

      Hi ,

      Urgently need help : I am following the steps mentioned to download SAP GUI from SAP Market place, the document says once in SAP Marketplace navigate to G index, I cannot see the SAP GUI in the G index. Also can someone confirm if SAP GUI for MAC is available free for download. If , yes can you please share a link where it can be downloaded from.

      Author's profile photo garry Taylor
      garry Taylor

      As per the connection  snapshot shared by you  , you are using Logon groups in SAP GUI for windows.

      For logon groups the connection string should be as below .

      conn=/M/<message server address>/S/<message server port no>/G/<Log on Group name>

      So , You need to get the correct Message server fqdn or ip address and also its port no.

      You already have the Logon Group Name .

      Hope it works for you this time .

      Best Regards,

      Author's profile photo garry Taylor
      garry Taylor

      I’ll try what you suggested. I’ll let you know.

      Have a nice day,

       

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      Kheren Peceros

      Thanks!!! I couldn't do this without your help!!

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      Author's profile photo Ganukumar Shah
      Ganukumar Shah

      Hi Rini.

      Need a help.

      I have macOS Mojave  version 10.14.6

      In the first step i get two files:

      Mac OS X x64 79.91 MB jre-8u231-macosx-x64.dmg
      Mac OS X x64 71.46 MB jre-8u231-macosx-x64.tar.gz

      Which one should be installed?

      Thanks

       

      Author's profile photo AAMIT BARDIA
      AAMIT BARDIA

      How do i set up the following SAP GUI Setting of windows on my MAC ?

       

      Author's profile photo Davide Grieco
      Davide Grieco

      Hi all,

      I have this configuration in windows:

      Connection type: Group\Server selection

      Description: Development (this part should be put in Description)

      Message server: fmsdev1.sap.xxxx.net (where xxx is the name of the company)

      Group server: PUBLIC

      Instance Number: 10

      When I do the connection in the MAC OS I put in the last tab "Ampliato" what I found in this thread: conn=/M/<message server address>/S/<message server port no>/G/<Log on Group name>:

      so for me I think it should be

      conn=/M/fmsdev1.sap.xxxx.net/S/10/G/PUBLIC

      and I get this error message:

      Message server "/M/fmsdev1.sap.xxxx.net/S/10" for MS is not accessible.

      what should I do or check?

      Thanks a lot

       

      Author's profile photo Akash S A
      Akash S A

      Hi all

      I have installed Java 271 for my Mac which has big sur OS, I am not able to get the GUI for that . I'm finding lots of difficulties to install SAP to my Mac , kindly support me in installing.

       

      Thanks

      Akash

      Author's profile photo Younes Chbiki
      Younes Chbiki

      hello

      i am having trouble installing SAP GUI on my Macbook

       

      i followed the first steps and as you can see on the image attached everything is uptodate but it didnt recognize my file

      i had the link to download through my school but it seems like it’s not working

       

      please help me through this

      Author's profile photo zhuan hong
      zhuan hong

      how can i set the snc connection with group logon??

      when i try to connect it  it showed :

      MS: Connection failed
      Error: SncPDLInit()==SNCERR_INIT
      Unable to load GSS-API dyld Shared Library
      named "sncgss.dyld"
      Mon Feb 22 12:28:27 2021
      Release 753
      Component SNC (Secure Network Communication), version 6
      rc = -1, module
      /net/usr.delivery/SAPGUIForJava_750_REL/bas_753_REL/src/krn/snc/sncxxdl.c, line
      462
      Detail dlopen("sncgss.dyld") FAILED
      "dlopen(sncgss.dyld, 1): image not found" (errno=2,No such file or directory)
      System Call dlopen
      Technical Details
      java.lang.Exception: Error: SncPDLInit()==SNCERR_INIT
      Unable to load GSS-API dyld Shared Library
      named "sncgss.dyld"

      Mon Feb 22 12:28:27 2021
      Release 753
      Component SNC (Secure Network Communication), version 6
      rc = -1, module /net/usr.delivery/SAPGUIForJava_750_REL/bas_753_REL/src/krn/snc/sncxxdl.c, line 462
      Detail dlopen("sncgss.dyld") FAILED
      "dlopen(sncgss.dyld, 1): image not found" (errno=2,No such file or directory)
      System Call dlopen

       

      i think it may cause by no snc 2.0 installtion? where can i find it to download? thx

       

      Author's profile photo Faqhruel Test
      Faqhruel Test

      Hi Rini,

      Help me as i read the post and try everything but still i cant connect to my company group server.

       

      Below is details i have from the windows.

      SID: PRD

      Message server: gemsprd.intra.tm

      Group Server: Public

       

      please help me...