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SLDCHECK problem!!


I'm having an issue getting SLDCHECK to run successfully.

Here's the steps I've taken

1. Ensure SLD server is running.

2. Created and tested SAPSLDAPI RFC connection.

3. Enable the Unicode RFC settings.

4. Created primary destination in SLDAPICUST for SLD server.

5. Tested user entered in SLDAPICUST via interactive login - all passwords and authentication are OK.

6. Created JCO RFC entry in SLD Visual Admin for ABAP system. It is running and tested OK.

7. Ran SLDCHECK on Abap side and here's the output:

Exchange Infrastructure: SLD Connection Test

Properties of RFC destination SAPSLDAPI


program id: SLDAPI_DV4

gateway host: sldqas

gateway service: sapgw02

Testing the RFC connection to the SLD java client...

RFC ping was successful

SLD server address settings:

host name: sldqas

port number: 50000

Use transaction SLDAPICUST if you wish to maintain the SLD server address

Launching the SLD GUI in a separate browser window...

=> Verify in the browser GUI that the SLD is in a healthy running state!

Testing the SLD API

A communication or system failure has occured

Description: System error: Server repository could not create function template for 'SLDJAVA_ACCESSOR_REQUE

SLD host: sldqas

SLD port: 50000

Clearing the local SLD cache


Retrieving data from the SLD server...

Function call returned exception code 3

=> Check whether the SLD is running!

Summary: Connection to SLD does not work

=> Check SLD function and configurations


I have gone through the troubleshooting document "Transaction SLDCHECK reports errors" and only find one discrepancy.

My JCO RFC entry in SLD Visual Admin does not have a "Unicode" option? This document says that you need this selected if you are connecting b/t Unicode systems?

I also noticed that it was complaining about LCR fuction. I found that LCRSAPRFC is an RFC connection typically setup for XI <--> SLD communcation. Since my system is not XI (just normal R/3), would I need this RFC entry?

Please advise as to what config is missing.

Many points for helpful answers!!!!!


Jeff Martens

Basis Admin

Former Member
Former Member replied

Exactly Jeff.

In case your landscape does not include XI/PI, just make sure SLD and other systems are communicating properly.

Furthermore, I would ensure my SolMan landscape is also getting updated using SLD. But that's another story

regards, Sean.

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