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Error during loading data from 1 Infocube to another. "Partner Profile is "

Hello Experts,

I require an Urgent Help.

I want to load data from 1 cube to another cube of same stucture.

I created export data source for the source Cube and replicated the source system. Also I created Update rules for the infosource.

The load is ending in ERROR with meassage.

Partner Profile Inactive.

<b>Am Unable to get what it means.</b>

In the Error Message, I get this

EDI: Partner profile not active

Message no. E0333

Diagnosis

Only an inactive partner profile was found with the following key.

/<serverid_client> /LS/

This involves the key fields of table EDPP1.

-PARNUM partner number

-PARTYP partner type

Procedure

Please check the EDI partner profile.

Processing can only be carried out for an active partner.

AND A LINK TO TRANSACTION WE20.

Please advice as I have never worked on ALE IDOCS:

<b>what shud I do and wht is missing.</b>

Message was edited by: suneetha s

Message was edited by: suneetha s

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2005 at 03:19 PM

    Hi dear and welcome on board !

    Did you do a client copy in your BW ?

    Anyway, look at OSS Note 325470 to have more details...

    "Switch to Transaction WE20 (ALE partners). Find the partner with type LS (logical system) with a name that is identical with the logical BW system name (entry in the RLOGSYS field of the RSBASIDOC). If it does not exist (which is probably the case), create it."

    Hope it helps!

    Bye,

    Roberto

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