Part 3: Setting up the RFC connections and logical systems

The first step to successfully configuring RFC destinations and logical systems is getting the support of the Basis team. The two systems are going to need to talk with each other. The two systems must be able to reach each other via IP addresses. An ALE, non-dialog user should be added to each system for communication. For the purposes of testing this user should have SAP_ALL. After testing successfully authorization trace can be used to determine the appropriate security for each user. Once that has been confirmed the RFC Destinations can be added. To do this go to transaction SM59. Select Create.

Figure 1. Create an RFC Destination

Enter the user logon information and make sure to test the connection after saving. The destination had been created.

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 Home: Introduction
 Part 1: Activities specific to the FI/CO instance
 Part 2: Activities specific to the Payroll instance
 Part 3: Setting up the RFC connections and logical systems
 Part 4: Setting up and distributing the distribution model
 Part 5: Testing
 Review: Conclusion and more resources

This was first published in September 2005

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