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Unable to release Transport request

Hello All,

Recently our system has been migrated from AIX to linux.

Now we are unable to release TR's.

We have many dumps like below

CALLBACK_REJECTED_BY_WHITELIST.

Short text:RFC callback call forbidden by whitelist configuration

Error analysis

Function module "RFC_TP" was called. This executes an RFC callback via ABAP

statement CALL FUNCTION 'TRINT_PROGRESS_INDICATOR' DESTINATION 'BACK'\n

...\n . This action resulted in this ABAP short dump.\n

This action was triggered explicitly by the application in transaction

" " and in ABAP main program "SAPMSSY1 ".

How to correct the error:

There are two solutions for this that can be carried out by the

application department responsible for transaction " " and main program

"SAPMSSY1 ".\n

1) The RFC callback is authorized using the whitelist in transaction

SM59.\n

\n

2) The callback call of function module "TRINT_PROGRESS_INDICATOR" must be

  omitted in the

target system of the original RFC.

If the error occures in a non-modified SAP program, you may be able to

find an interim solution in an SAP Note.

If you have access to SAP Notes, carry out a search with the following

keywords:

"CALLBACK_REJECTED_BY_WHITELIST" " "

"SAPLSTPA" or "LSTPAU01"

"TRINT_TP_INTERFACE"

Can someone help on this.

Regards

Shekar

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi,

Check for Logon & Security tab for the affected RFC, the passowrd status should be saved and not initial.

Second goto SECSTORE from drop down select RFC destinations as application and run (F8), check for errors, if any.

You can also check for the below parameter...

rfc/callback_security_method:

  • 0: All whitelists are invalid, even the active ones.
  • 1: Only active whitelists are valid
  • 2: Only active whitelists are valid. However, also (invalid) inactive whitelists generate an entry in the security audit log if a callback is received from this destination that would have been rejected by the whitelist if active.
  • 3: All whitelists are valid, even the inactive ones.

Try setting it 0 or 3.

Regards,
Prithviraj

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