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Unable to log into Process Control 2.5

Hi all,

I'm currently trying to install PC 2.5 and I'm getting an error while trying to connect to it using the NWBC. I can see the login screen in NWBC, then once logged I get the following error message "Could not load content from connection Process Control 2.5 (error: Invalid server response)"

I don't think i've missed any configuration steps... but I haven't been able to find out how to solve this problem..

Does anyone has an idea ?

Thanks.

Here is an extract from the trace file of the NWBC:

09.09.2008 23:34:38 
  ERROR   <NWBC::CBackendConnection> | failed to startup connection Process Control 2.5 !
  ERROR   <NWBC::CConnectionManager> | failed to startup backend connection Process Control 2.5 ! (error code 80070005)
  ERROR   <NWBC::CConnectionManager> | Failed to load content from connection Process Control 2.5 ! (error Forbidden (403), error code 80070005)
  DEBUG   <NWBC::CFoundation>        | EvLoadingConnectionFailed(which Process Control 2.5 - , error Could not load content from connection Process Control 2.5 - Logica (error: Forbidden (403)))
  DEBUG   <NWBC::CDalClientApp>      | EvLoadingConnectionFailed(which Process Control 2.5 - , error Could not load content from connection Process Control 2.5 - Logica (error: Forbidden (403)))

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Hi Jerome,

Have you had this issue resolved? If you still have issue, please check on the following.

I.Prerequisites

In order to install the NWBC, verify the following components are installed.

- Windows platform at the clientu2019s desktop level

- SAP GUI 7.10 PL8 and above (I am using PL10)

- SSO2 cookie enabled. For more information, see the SAP Notes:

Checking the SSO Configuration u2014 817529

Note: make sure in RZ10, you have seen the following system paratmeter setting.

login/accept_sso2_ticket = 1.

login/create_sso2_ticket = 2 (recommended) or 1.

II, Check the SAP ICF service. Activate all GRPC Service at /sap/bc/webdynpro/sap and /sap/grc/nwbc/pc.

III. Delete the cache from the IE browser.

Regards,

Jennifer

GRC RIG

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