many cases you can see the exact error message when you click on
"View->Protocol" in GuiXT. In addition, here is a list of what you
you specified a valid RFC user and password in the local guixt.ini?
for encrypted password,
need to specify the RFC user credentials before the "SwitchTo
the RFC user exist in the right client?
is client 000 unless you specify
local guixt.ini file. In this case, the RFC access is executed after the user
logon and is executed in the client in which the user has logged on. This means
you then need the RFC user in all clients.
password contains lower case characters you need to put it into inverted commas,
use the encrypted password. Do not specify it as
it will be made uppercase HZBG29X3 and won't be valid in recent SAP systems.
the RFC user have the necessary authorizations?
RFC_TYPE=FUGR, RFC_NAME=SURL, ACTVT=16
use GuiXT version 2011 Q4 1 you will also need
RFC_TYPE=FUGR, RFC_NAME=SYST, ACTVT=16
a different RFC open call in this version where the RFC layer executes the
function module RFCPING (function group SYST) to check the user credentials.
the function module WWW_GET_MIME_OBJECT in the SAP system
SAP transaction SMW0->Internet release and enter the function module name
Check that the RFC
user is not locked in SAP