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Procedure documentationCreating a Service Destination Locate this document in the navigation structure


To be able to communicate using RFC, you must have defined a service destination in the sender system and have performed a number of settings.

The creation of a service destination is required for each client, so you need to create one in client 000 and in all other productive client systems.


  1. Create a user of the type Service and assign the role SAP_BC_WEBSERVCE_SERVICE_USER to this user.

    For more information, refer to the section Creating and Editing User Master Records. You will find more information on user types in the section Logon Data Tab Page.

    Note Note

    The existence of this user is a prerequisite for successful processing of Web services. Assign an appropriate validity period.

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  2. Call transaction SM59 (  Administration   System Management   Management   Network   RFC Destinations)   and create a service destination for the service user.

  3. Create an ABAP connection of type 3.

  4. Under Logon & Security, enter the name and the password for the service user.

  5. Choose the name of the current client.

  6. In the Special Options tab page, go to the field gRFC Version and enter the value 0 Classic qRFC. All other values should remain unchanged.

  7. Choose Remote Login to check the settings.

    Note Note

    As soon as you have created a client copy, you must perform the listed settings once again in the new client.

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  8. Register the name of the destination using the SRT_ADMIN report. (To do this, you call transaction SE38).

  9. Enter the name of the destination in the field Name of ABAP Connection. Select the checkbox Register ABAP Connection and execute the report.

Refer also to:

Displaying, Maintaining, and Testing Destinations