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Unable to send i-doc from SAP R/3 to BODS

Hi All,

I am trying to send I-doc MATMAS from SAP R/3 to BODS.

I did all the set up and RFC configurations in both SAP side and BODS management console and the connections are found to be okay.

but whenever i try to send a material by firing t-code /nbd10 ; it is showing '0 communication idoc(s) generated for message type MATMAS '.

I have attched the screenshots for the same.

Also, FYI, while creating partner profile i have used agent type as user and agent as the username for logging into SAPGUI; whereas according to a document agent type should be Organisational Unit and agent should be EDI Department. Could that be the problem for this?

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  • Posted on Aug 25, 2013 at 01:30 PM

    Hi Shirshak,

    Please refer the below Links for your query.

    Receiving IDOC in Business Objects Data Services (BODS) from SAP


    Hope this will help you as well.



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      Hi Daya,

      I have referred to the document and went ahead with the set up as instructed in the same.

      Everything seem to be working fine apart from the partner profile setting.

      While creating partner profile, the document suggests to use Agent 50010120 “EDI Department"

      as agent.

      However i can't find the agent u have specified (Agent 50010120 “EDI Department”) for any OU.

      Hence i created the partner profile with the agent type as U(User) instead of OU(Organisational Unit).

      Can u tell me whether the problem lies there or not?

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