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Help needed in SYNCBO Creation


I have created a syncbo following the steps mentioned in MDK document. When i execute the SyncBO with the emulator i am not finding any data.The steps i followed for creating the SyncBO are

Defining the SyncBO for downloading with the BAPI wrapper 'MEREP_COUNTRY_GETLIST'

a) Defining the attribute

b) Mapping

c) Setting default value LANG : 'E'

d) Generating the synchronizer

e) Setting filtering criteria

f) Enabling the SyncBO

The table Merep_country and Merep_countryt are filled with data

What am i missing?

Thanks and Regards


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    Posted on Nov 24, 2005 at 05:18 AM


    Have you created the Mobile Component Descriptor for your syncBO. MCD can be created in tcode mi_mcd.

    Let me know.... if this solves ur problem.



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      Hi Jo

      If i am correct the Prop file is the file used for ME sync located in \usr\sap\ \DVEBMGS00\j2ee\cluster\server0\apps\\com.sapmarkets.mesyncjco\servlet_jsp\meSync\root\System_Properties\ if it is then i tried to set the data compression to false and restarted the WAS server. but the problem is not solved it is still giving the same error

      Thanks and Regards


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