SAP Connection String

The application connects to the SAP data source using a connection string.

The following is an example connection string:

ASHOST=SAPSERVER SYSNR=0 CLIENT=800 TIMEOUT=120

This string has the following attributes:

Attribute Description
ASHOST SAP server name
SYSNR SAP system number
CLIENT SAP client number
TIMEOUT

Time to wait (in seconds) while establishing a connection before cancelling the request.

The following is an example connection string for an SAP system configured for load balancing:

MSHOST=SAPSERVER R3NAME=SID GROUP=PUBLIC SYSNR=0 CLIENT=800 USER=user TIMEOUT=120

This string has the following attributes:

Attribute Description

MSHOST

Host name of the Message Server for the SAP system.

R3NAME

ID of the SAP system when the SAP system is configured for load balancing.

Note: This attribute is mandatory when MSHOST is used.

GROUP

Name of the SAP server group.

Note: This attribute is for an optional group of application servers in a load balancing connection.

SYSNR

SAP system number

USER

SAP user name

CLIENT

SAP client number

TIMEOUT

Time to wait (in seconds) while establishing a connection before cancelling the request.

Warning: The User field specified in the Connection String defines the Service user that is used to post to the ERP system. See SAP Connections for more information about the Service user.

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