SAP RFC Profile

You use the SAP RFC profile to dynamically generate UDRs based on selected SAP RFC functions that are part of an SAP system.

To open the SAP RFC profile configuration, click  Build → New Configuration. Select  SAP RFC Profile in the Configurations dialog. 

The profile contains the standard configuration buttons as described in Common Configuration Buttons and one additional button:

SAP RFC profile configuration dialog

The profile contains the standard configuration buttons as described in Common Configuration Buttons and one additional button:


Click on this button to Enable External References in an agent profile field. Refer to Enabling External References in an Agent Profile Field in External Reference Profile for further information.

The following settings are available in the SAP RFC profile:

Connection Details Settings
UsernameEnter the SAP user ID
PasswordEnter the SAP user password
Use Secrets ProfileSelect this check box if you want to use a Secrets profile instead of entering the SAP password in the SAP RFC profile. If you select this option, click on the Browse... button to select the Secrets profiles you want to use.
HostEnter the IP address of the SAP System
Enable Load BalancingSelect this check box to enable load balancing for SAP Jco.
System IDEnter the 3 character code for the SAP System
Message Server HostEnter the hostname/IP of the SAP Message Server
Message Server PortEnter the port of the SAP Message Server.
Group NameEnter the group name associated with the SAP System
Advanced Settings
SAP System NumberEnter the SAP System number
SAP Client NumberEnter the SAP Client number
Secure Connection Settings
Enable SNC Mode

Select this check box to allow the SAP RFC agent to apply a Secure Network Communications (SNC) to the connection between the agent and the SAP RFC system. This option is enabled by default. You must generate a SNC Personal Security Environment (PSE) on the servers running the Platform, EC and also on the machine running the Desktop Client. The PSE's in all of these environment must have the same security certificate and SNC library path.

For more information on setting up the SNC, refer to Setting Up the SNC.

SNC Library PathEnter the full path of the SAP Cryptographic Library files (SAPCRYPTOLIB sar files). The files are required for you to use the SAP SNC. You can download the files from the SAP Portal.
SNC Name

Enter the SNC PSE's distinguished name where the SAP RFC agent is hosted on with the 'p:' prefix.


p:CN=CnName, O=MyCompany, C=Country

SNC Partner Name

Enter the SNC PSE's distinguished name of the target, the SAP RFC system with the 'p:' prefix.


p:CN=CnName, O=MyCompany, C=Country

SNC Level Protection

Select the level of protection to apply to the connection.

1: Authentication only - The SNC verifies the identity of the communication partner. No data protection is applied for this level.

2: Integrity protection - The SNC detects any changes or manipulation of the data, which may have occurred between the two end points of a communication. It will also apply the Authentication only level of protection.

3: Privacy protection - The SNC encrypts the communication as well as apply all the previous levels of protection onto the data.

8: Apply the default level of protection. The default is set to Level 3.

9: Apply the maximum level of protection.

Enable SNC SSOEnable this checkbox if the SAP RFC system uses Single Sign-On with its SNC.
Test ConnectionClick this button to test the connection to the SAP RFC system.
SAP RFC FunctionsClick the Add button to add the required RFC functions.
Generate RFC UDRClick this button to generate the UDR for the selected SAP RFC function, according to the structure in SAP. When the UDR has has been generated, click Save to save the UDR to the profile.