Monthly Archive: March 2015

Procedure to create RFC connection in SAP SM59

Procedure to create RFC connection in SAP SM59

1. Logon to SAP server
2. Use Transaction Code SM59
3. On SM59 screen click on “Create” button
4. On the new screen, give RFC destination name – Name by which the connection would be identified
5. Give Connection Type ( 3 for any SAP to SAP communication ) F4 Help will list down all possible types of connections
6. Give Description for the RFC Connection – Generally the purpose of the connection is mentioned here
7. Click SAVE
8. Give IP address/Host name and system number for destination server in Technical Settings tab
9. Click SAVE
10. Use “Test Connection” to check RFC.
11. If Trusted RFC connection is required, give user credentials in “Logon/Security” tab

 

Different types of Work Process in SAP

Different types of Work Process in SAP

 

Types of work processes:
Message : Coordinates the communication between different instances of a single SAP R/3 system. Used for Logon purpose and load balancing.
Dispatcher : Redirect the request from GUI client to free process.
Dialog : Interpreting the ABAP code and execute the business logic. Used for interactive online processing.
Batch : For Background jobs.
Enqueue : Single “Central Lock Management Service” that controls the locking mechanism between the different application servers and the database.
Update : Responsible for consistency in asynchronous data changes.
Gateway : Used for transport of bigger amount of data between application servers as well as external (non SAP) systems that communicate with SAP.