Connecting Non-Unicode Business Systems

Use

If your business system is a non-Unicode system, the RFC destinations LCRSAPRFC and SAPSLDAPI are used and need to be defined for the connection between the business system and the System Landscape Directory (SLD).

Maintaining the RFC Destination LCRSAPRFC

Perform the following steps to maintain the RFC Destination LCRSAPRFC:

       1.      Execute transaction SM59 in the business system.

       2.      Choose Create.

       3.      Enter at least the following:

Ў        RFC destination: LCRSAPRFC

Ў        Connection type: T

Ў        Description: <your description>

        4.      Choose ENTER.

       5.      Choose the Technical settings tab page and do the following:

                            a.      In the Program ID field under Registered Server Program, enter LCRSAPRFC_NONUNICODE.

This program ID must correspond to a program ID specified in the RFC engine settings of the J2EE Engine on the Integration Server host.

The program ID in the RFC engine settings is case-sensitive.

                            b.      Under Gateway Options enter the Gateway host and Gateway service of your Integration Server host.

To find this information on the Integration Server host, call transaction SMGW, choose Goto ® Parameters ® Display, and search for the entries for the gateway hostname and gateway service attributes.

       6.      Save your settings.

Maintaining the J2EE Connection Parameters for LCRSAPRFC

The basic procedure of configuring the connection has changed since patch level 8 of the J2EE Engine 6.20. If you work with patch level 8 or above, see the document Configuring the Connection of the SAP J2EE Engine to the SAP Web AS 6.20 on SAP Service Marketplace at /netweaver under SAP NetWeaver in Detail ® Security ® Security in Detail ® Hot Topic: J2EE ® J2EE Engine 6.20 >= Patch 8 ® Security Integration SAP Web AS & SAP J2EE Engine, Patch 8 .

If you work with J2EE Engine 6.40, see Integrating Security Functions.

Perform the following steps to maintain the J2EE Connection Parameters for LCRSAPRFC:

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      1.      Start your Visual Administrator either locally by choosing Start ®Programs or on your Integration Server by executing the file go from within the directory: .../usr/sap/<systemid>/DVEBMGS<instance_number>/j2ee/admin.

       2.      Choose Cluster ® Server ® Services ® JCo RFC provider

       3.      Under RFC destination specify the following:

Ў        Program ID: LCRSAPRFC_NONUNICODE

You can reuse this program ID for all Unicode business systems.

Ў        Gateway Host: <Integration Server host>

Ў        Gateway Service: <Integration Server gateway service>

Ў        Number of process: 3

       4.      Under Repository specify the following:

Ў        Application Server: <Integration Server host>

Ў        System number: <Integration Server system number>

Ў        Client: <client where the Integration Server is defined>

Ў        User: SAPJSF (defined during installation)

Ў        Password: ask system administrator

Ў        Unicode: do not activate

       5.      Choose Set.

Maintaining the RFC Destination SAPSLDAPI

Perform the following steps to maintain the RFC Destination SAPSLDAPI:

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       1.      Execute transaction SM59 in the business system.

       2.      Choose Create.

       3.      Enter at least the following:

Ў        RFC destination: SAPSLDAPI

Ў        Connection type: T

Ў        Description: <your description>

        4.      Choose ENTER.

       5.      Choose the Technical settings tab page and do the following:

                            a.      In the Program ID field under Registered Server Program, enter SAPSLDAPI _NONUNICODE.

                            b.      Under Gateway Options enter the Gateway host and Gateway service of your Integration Server host.

To find this information on the Integration Server host, call transaction SMGW, choose Goto ® Parameters ® Display, and search for the entries for the gateway hostname and gateway service attributes.

       6.      Save your settings.

Maintaining the J2EE Connection Parameters for SAPSLDAPI

The RFC destination SAPSLDAPI also uses the registered server program SAPSLDAPI_NONUNICODE. Therefore, you do not need to maintain anything here, since you have already maintained the connection parameters for LCRSAPRFC.