In addition to the RFC destination, you must enter the following information:
· Connection type
Enter an existing connection type.
For an explanation of the available connection types, see Destination Types.
Mark the Trace option to have the RFC communication logged and stored in a file. You can then display the file, both in the calling and receiving system, using report RSRFCTRC.
· Load balance
If you choose load balancing, you must specify the following information:
Ў Target system (For a list of available servers, log on to the target system and choose Tools ® Administration, Monitor ® System Monitor ® Servers.)
Ў Message server (Log on to the target system and choose Control ® Control Panel from the CCMS main menu. It is the server that offers the service M.)
Ў Group (of servers) (see SAP Logon Group of Servers)
Otherwise, you must specify the following information:
Ў Target host
The name of a server host of the target system that you want to use as a port to the system.
Ў System number
Communications service used with the target system. To obtain it, choose Tools ® Administration ® Monitor ® System Monitor ® Servers.
The following options are available only with some connection types:
· Trusted system (for type 3 only) If the target system is a trusted system, choose Yes. For detailed information about trusted systems, see Trusted/Trusting Relationships Between SAP Systems.
· SNC (Secure Network Communications, available for types 3 and T only) If you have an active SNC-supported security system, you can activate additional security options which you must set via Destinations ® SNC options.
Text description of the entry.
System language to be used
User name to be used for remote logon, if different from current user name
· Current user
The current user name is to be used for remote logon.
The Attributes section contains creation and change information.