An RFC destination (type 3 or type T at transaction SM59) is used to connect two systems.
After leaving the connection idle for some time, the RFC Gateway logs a network disconnection (e.g., "connection broken", "connection reset by peer" or "connection timed out") when there is a new attempt to send more data through this same destination / channel.
The disconnection happens despite that the value of the parameter "gw/keepalive" was set to a rather low value (like 60 or even 20), or after reducing the keepalive setting specific to the destination (at SM59, open the destination, switch to the "Special options" tab, "Keep-Alive Timeout" section).
- SAP NetWeaver based product
- ABAP Platform based product
KBA , BC-CST-GW , Gateway/CPIC , BC-NET , Network Infrastructure , BC-CST , Client/Server Technology , BC-MID-RFC , RFC , Problem
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