HOw to schedule ''landscape fetch' job in Solution Manager???

HI,
Can any one please help me in scheduling LAndscape fetch job in solution Manager?
rEgards,
fAisal

Hi Venkatesh,
Thanks for your reply.
I checked by executing SLDCHECK. It opened the SLD page successfully. However, before that in the ABAP screen, it gave me error saying that:
=> Verify in the browser GUI that the SLD is in a healthy running state!
Calling function LCR_LIST_BUSINESS_SYSTEMS
Retrieving data from the SLD server...
Function call returned exception code     3
=> Check whether the SLD is running!
Summary: Connection to SLD does not work
=> Check SLD function and configurations
Now checking access to the XI Profile
Properties of RFC destination LCRSAPRFC
The RFC LCRSAPRFC was of type 3 ABAP. It asked me to change it to T (TCP/IP). I did so.
However, now I get this below error:
Properties of RFC destination LCRSAPRFC
  RFC host:
  program id:
  gateway host:
  gateway service:
Testing the RFC connection to the SLD java client...
RFC ping returned exception with message:
timeout during allocate / CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPCMRCV' : cmRc=20 thRc=456#Timeout dur
I even tested this RFC in SM59. It gave the same error.
CAn you please help me?
REgards,
Faisal

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