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SAP Connector 5.3 Problem

Hello,

I have a problem with SAP Connector 5.3 and Qlikview 10.0.

When I launch a task that uses the SAP connector to extract data from SAP within the Qlikview client, it works perfectly.

Instead, if I launch the same task from the management console, it fails in 2 seconds returning this error inside log:

CUSTOMCONNECT*Provider*QvSAPConnector*XUserId*XPassword*
Error: Invalid custom connector QvSAPConnector.dll

Can you please suggest something to solve it?

Could be a publisher-related problem?

I already re-installed the SAP connector, but this didn't solve the problem.

Many thanks

Nicola

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tmumaw
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Re: SAP Connector 5.3 Problem

2 things to look at.  Did you re-apply the transports for the new connector and did you create a new connect string, also check the different varibles in the connect string.  Qlikview has a habit of changing the default values.

Thom

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SAP Connector 5.3 Problem

Thank you very much Thom for the reply. I tried creating a new connection string, but unfortunately it didn't work. The variables are ok too. I looked inside the SAP Connector log and I found this:

"RfcPing failed. Key = RFC_INVALID_HANDLE (An invalid handle was passed to the API call)"

I've also tried restoring the SAP Connector license, but it didn't work too...

How can I re-apply the transports?

Thank you

Nicola

tmumaw
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Re: SAP Connector 5.3 Problem

Go to QlikTech's download site, download the transports, them have your basis person re-apply them.  Did you apply the new transports for 5.3 ?  One other thing to check.  Have your security person check to see if the userid you are using is not locked in SAP. 

Emmanuelle-Bustos
Valued Contributor

Re: SAP Connector 5.3 Problem

Hi nicola_mottola

Did you find the problem to this issue? I get the same error in the log.?

xufei123
Valued Contributor

Re: SAP Connector 5.3 Problem

I have the same error too.

RfcPing failed. Key = RFC_INVALID_HANDLE (An invalid handle was passed to the API call).

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