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SERVER_EXEC fails

Hello,

After system copy,RFC SERVER_EXEC in our shadow systems fails with attached error

I tried using the parameter rfc/use_gwstart = 1 in instance profile but the error still occurs and rfcexec.sec is present under DIR_HOME directory

The RFC trace shows this error :

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**** Versions SAP-REL 742,0,112 RFC-VER U 3 1570132 MT-SL

======> CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPCMRCV', communication rc: CM_PRODUCT_SPECIFIC_ERROR (cmRc=20), taskhandler rc: C_TIMEOUT (thRc=456)

Timeout during connection setup; check that the partner exists

ABAP Programm: RSRFCPIN (Transaction: SM59)

Called function module: RFC_PING

User: User id (Client: 100)

Destination: SERVER_EXEC (Handle: 2, DtConId: 5609C762CF5B6F35E1000000C0A864D0, DtConCnt: 1, ConvId: 13344503,{5609C763-CF5B-6F35-E100-0000

EPP RootContextId: C4346BB709A01ED599C7717D14012638, ConnectionId: 00000000000000000000000000000000, ConnectionCnt: 0

EPP TransactionId: 5609C75FCF5B6F35E1000000C0A864D0

Error RFCIO_ERROR_SYSERROR in /bas/742_REL/src/krn/rfc/abrfcpic.c : 3767

CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPCMRCV', communication rc: CM_PRODUCT_SPECIFIC_ERROR (cmRc=20), taskhandler rc: C_TIMEOUT (thRc=456)

Timeout during connection setup; check that the partner exists

Error RFCIO_ERROR_MESSAGE in /bas/742_REL/src/krn/rfc/abrfcio.c : 2004

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Kindly please help solve the problem

Thanks

Shradha

replied

Hello Shradha,

Unfortunately, there is no "equivalent" format as the Netweaver RFC library (new) works different from the classic RFC library (old). Therefore, you should set the new rfcexec.sec file based on the guidelines from SAP Note 1581595, which is by setting an User, SysID, Client and Path for each command you want to run with rfcexec.exe program.

I hope this clarifies.

Best Regards,
Guilherme de Oliveira
SAP Active Global Support

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