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HUPAST scales intergration issue

Hello to all!

I faced with some problems with scales integration for HUPAST with scales_for_r3.exe program (followed instructions (in attachment)).

Connection between RFC destination and external application is OK, but when I tried to get weight I take this error:

It means that weight and unit can't be delivered, something like that...

And in HUPAST error is: Error in RFC destination SCALES_AT_PACKING_STATION01. No weights were determined.

Does any body faced with the same problems? And how it can be solved?

Hope on your help!

Kind regards, Vitaliy.

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 09:29 AM

    Have a look at the suggestion given by Michael O'Brien

    G. Lakshmipathi

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 11:33 AM

    Your attachment looks a bit different to the docu from (link below), you may want to compare this.

    I personally see those error pop-ups just as an evidence that you connection is not well set up, like the error from HUPAST already says: Error in RFC destination

    So you may better share your RFC setup in detail

    Introduction: Scale and Packing Station

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