You can manually start or stop a Talend SAP RFC Server by running the scripts or batch files in the bin directory.
Check to see if the process is running by running the
Set up the Talend SAP RFC Server as a Linux service.
On Red Hat and Ubuntu, the systemd service is used to start and stop services. You can find the files that control the systemd service in /etc/systemd/system.
From the example, the sap-rfc file is added and not installed by default. If you want to add your Talend SAP RFC Server, use the following sample service file and ensure to change the paths that suit your installation:
# SystemD descriptor file for Talend SAP RFC Server [Unit] Description=Talend SAP RFC Server service Before=runlevel3.target runlevel5.target After=local-fs.target remote-fs.target network-online.target time-sync.target systemd-journald-dev-log.socket Wants=network-online.target Conflicts=shutdown.target [Service] Type=simple Environment=JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jre1.8.0_171-amd64 ExecStart=/opt/talend/7.0.1/sap-rfc-server/bin/start-tsaps.sh ExecStop=/opt/talend/7.0.1/sap-rfc-server/bin/stop-tsaps.sh User=talenduser Group=talendgroup WorkingDirectory=/opt/talend/7.0.1/sap-rfc-server [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
- Open a terminal instance.
- Open the command prompt.
Enter and execute the following commands (where
$TSAPS_HOMEcorresponds to the directory where the Talend SAP RFC Server has been installed or extracted).
Run the following commands to start a Talend SAP RFC Server.
cd $TSAPS_HOME/bin ./start-tsaps.sh
Run the following commands to stop a Talend SAP RFC Server.
cd $TSAPS_HOME/bin ./stop-tsaps.sh