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CMS Domain setup


I am trying to setup the CMS transport domain but get the following error when saving the config.

SLD (URL server exception: HTTP response code: 500 Internal Server Error.

I can login on the SLD server via a browser and everything is running without errors.



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the following is the setup for SLD look at that.

1)Open SLD from following location:

Enter Administrator user name and password.

2)Go to Administration -> Server Settings

Make sure that the SLD server is stopped

Enter the following Server Parameters

Object Server:

<Host name of the J2EE server>

Working Directory:

The working directory of the System Landscape Directory.

The standard path is "/usr/sap/<SAPSID>/SYS/global/sld"

Click on SET.

Select the following parameter for Persistence

Persistence: Database

Click on SET.

Leave ABAP Connection Parameters Blank.

Go back to Administration

3)Click on Data Supplier Bridge

Configure the data supplier bridge with following parameters.

Update local SLD (sld/active): TRUE

RFC Gateway:

Server : <host name of J2EE server>

Service : <The SAP gateway service port> (Here, 50000)

Click on SET.

4)Open Administration Tool for J2EE server from following Location.

C:\usr\sap\<SID>\JC<instance number>\j2ee\admin\go.bat

(Here, C:\usr\sap\VP1\JC00\j2ee\admin\go.bat)

Select Default and Click on Connect.

Enter password for Administrator.

Click on Connect.

Select Cluster->Server->Services->SLD Data Supplier

Select http setting tab page and enter following details.

Host: <host name of J2EE server>

Port: <Port Number of J2Ee Server> (Here, 50000)

User: <Administrator User>

Password: <Password for Administrator User>

Use https? : <Check this if you want to use https>

Trust Store: <leave default i.e. TrustedCAs>

Click on SAVE.

Select RFC Settings tab page and enter following details.

Gateway Host : <host name of J2EE server>

Gateway Service/Port: sapgw<instance number> (Here, sapgw00)

Click on SAVE.

Restart the SLD data Supplier Service.

5) Open SLD from following location:

Enter Administrator user name and password.

Select Technical Landscape.

Click on New Technical System…

Select Web AS ABAP (here u define ur abap system)

Click Next.

Technical System Wizard Appears.

Enter the required information about the technical system.


Web AS ABAP Name (SID): the SAP system ID (SID)

Installation Number: <Installation Number of SAP system> Database Host Name: <Database Host Name>

Click Next.

Now, Enter information about the message server and the central application server.

Message Server

Host Name : <Host Name>

Message Port: <Message Server Port>

Logon Groups: PUBLIC

Central Application Server

Host Name : <Host Name>

Instance Number : <SAP System instance Number>

Click Next.

Optionally define additional application servers.

Click Next.

Enter at least one client details.

Client Number: client (i.e 800)

Logical System Name (optional):

Click Add.

Click Next.

Now, select one or more software products, and then the software components that are installed in this system.

Here, select SAP ECC 5.0 click ADD.

(If you can not find SAP ECC 5.0, then import the CR content on J2EE server follow the sap note :- 669669)

Check all the components in the list.

Click Finish.

The created technical system appears on the Technical System browser page.



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