Setting up an SAP RFC server connection - 7.3

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Data Governance > Third-party systems > Business applications > SAP components
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An RFC destination must be created on SAP Side. You need to perform the following SAP RFC server configuration by modifying the tsap-rfc-server.properties file and the SAP connection configuration file.

Note: Refer to Configuring the RFC server for information about setting the parameters listed in this topic.

Procedure

  1. Enable IDoc reception by setting the feature.idoc.enable parameter to true in Feature section.
    • feature.idoc.enabled=true
  2. Configure gateway by setting the following three parameters.
    • jco.server.gwhost=##SAP Gateway Host##
    • jco.server.gwserv=##SAP Gateway Service##
    • jco.server.progid=##SAP Program ID##
  3. Configure JCO client by setting the following parameters.
    • jco.client.ashost=##SAP Host##
    • jco.client.client=##SAP Client##
    • jco.client.lang=##SAP Language##
    • jco.client.user=##SAP Username##
    • jco.client.passwd=##SAP Password##
    • jco.client.sysnr=##SAP System Number##
  4. Enable traces by setting the jco.server.trace parameter.
    • jco.server.trace=1
  5. Launch the RFC daemon.
    The following message appears if the RFC daemon starts successfully.