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2714437 - Fiori does not expire RFC sessions and causes multiple RFC sessions opened (Zombie sessions)

Symptom

  • Exiting Fiori application does not end the backend RFC session
  • Zombie sessions experienced (system is not disconnecting the session)
  • Multiple RFC sessions not disconnected
  • Example of Zombie RFC Sessions from the backend check

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    07/29/2018 18:34:51 1 Medium RFC 16,509 37524444 R=21 T=S S=PLY0887 I=SAPJCo30 F=BICS_PROV_GET_RESULT_SET C= U=

    Client 900
    User ID XXXXX
    Internally Used Back-End Session Key ZZZZZ
    Client Host XXX.YYYY.sar
    Application
    Dialog time 07/29/2018 18:41:01
    Type of User Session RFC
    No. of Sessions 1
    Logon Info Sync. RFC
    Priority Medium
    Memory Size (Net) 16,509
    Conversation ID 38101969
    User Trace Off
    Application Info. R=21 T=S S=PLY0887 I=SAPJCo30 F=BICS_PROV_GET_RESULT_SET C= U=
    Gross Memory 16,541
    Hyper Memory 54
    ABAP Memory 11,796
    RFC Logon Type External
    Name of Main Program SAPMSSY1 <-- Main application program causing the open sessions
    Paging Blocks 2
    State Logged On

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Environment

  • SAP S/4HANA 1610
  • SAP NetWeaver 7.51

Product

SAP NetWeaver 7.5 ; SAP S/4HANA 1610

Keywords

"Ending Fiori does not end backend RFC connection","Opened RFC connection","RFC session idle","Disconnect RFC connection","Zombie RFC session","Fiori does not end RFC session","SAPMSSY1","SAP NW RFC SDK","SAPJco","Java does not close all pooled RFC connection","ABAP Push RFC" , KBA , BC-MID-CON-JCO , Java-Connector , BC-MID-RFC , RFC , BC-SEC-LGN , Authentication and SSO , Problem

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