FF ID functionality of 5.3 stopped working after implementing 10.1 plugins
We are in process of migrating GRC 5.3 system to 10.1. Our Basis team installed 10.1 plugins on top of 5.3 in the back end system (ECC) . while doing the regressing testing, FF ID is not working - means, when a user tries to login, after providing reason code, comments and actions, FF ID session is not opening, returning an error message " No valid RFC destination is defined in the Configuration Table ". Ensured all configuration is maintained properly.
Per SAP recommendations, we've implemented following notes, unfortunately ending with same error message.
2028892 - No valid RFC Destination is defined in the Configuration table
2035765 - Destination authorization change with RFC_MODIFY_R3_DESTINATION
1891613 - Problems when reading the destination authorization
1852360 - Maintenance of destination authorization with destination API
Attached the error for reference. Highly appreciate your valuable solutions.
Ramesh Divi replied
Ken, we are using decentralized strategy in 10.1
I got the solution. The issue is because we are maintaining Logon credentials in the self RFC. By removing the logon credentials, FF functionality is working as expected.
Thanks for your support,