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ELM CH error in program RPLELMC1

I am implementing ELM with SAP Note 0001368713 ELM: Instructions for XI/PI configuration.

I've follow all steps and I facing beloow errors:

Any help will be apreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Roberto.

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 01:10 PM

    Hi Roberto

    SAP doesn´t allow to see that note now:

    ;-P

    Javi


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    • According documentation:

      Testing the Configuration

      1. You can start report “Interoperability Check for Uniform Wage Notification Procedure (ELM)”

      (RPLELMC1) in the back end to test the connectivity between the back end and XI/PI, the

      configuration in XI/PI, and the connectivity between XI/PI and the distributor at the same time. The

      content of the interoperability test is specified in the guidelines for transferring wage data. Two of the

      three scenarios in XI are used and tested here (scenarios for signing and sending). Only if the test is

      completed successfully is it possible to transfer the wage notification (PIV) later on. Only the

      Customizing settings for the destination(s) and function modules in V_T50BK must be completed

      for the report to function correctly. You do not require any HR test data for this report.

      Debigging program RPLELMC1 I've removed a couple of checks and everithing is on green but no sure why those checks are there.


      First check in fuction: Z_HR_CH_ELM_XI_TEMPLATE removing IF because *pingpongparameter is not comming from main program.

      and second one on RPLELMC1 program modifying iv_value to make it match with lc_umlaute and avoid error.

      am I missing any set up on backend system?

      Thanks for your comments,

      Roberto.

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