Error name: Partner ‘127.0.0.1:sapdp00’ not reached WSAECONNREFUSED: Connection refused
What to do when you try to login to the SAP system and it fails with the error message similar to this one?
Usually, when people dig deeper about this issue, they get to resources like e.g. this one, which will make them even more confused about what is going on.
In the end, the explanation of this error is very simple:
This issue is present when SAP Server into which you are trying to log in, is not running yet!
This is more administration issue which may require to contact your SAP system administrator.
So what to do in the situation when the SAP system is not running and getting you WSAECONNREFUSED: Connection refused error message?
The solution depends if you need to connect to the SAP system which is:
Then you can run your own SAP system locally.
Either you are ABAP self-learner or already ABAP developer, it may be a great option for you to have your own local SAP system for either learning or prototyping your own ABAP solutions separately.
This local system will enable you to safely play around with SAP system settings (such as solving WSAECONNREFUSED: Connection refused issue) or do complete coding.
To get your local system up and running you do have 2 options:
This way you will become administrator of your own local system and error message like “WSAECONNREFUSED: Connection refused” will be in your charge of solving just by starting up your own local SAP system.