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Initial SERC Load with OCC

Dear Experts,

I hope that everyone is fine and healthy. I am stuck with SAP EH&S problem and as SAP EHS consultant, I was hoping that we can share knowledge. . I was hoping that one of you guys can help me. I want to upload substance with open content connector for SERC database with XML file but I am not able to get the initial load from XML file in to SAP. I have already created RFC and I can call OCC from CG02 via data determination but I cannot upload substances from XML file via OCC to SAP. Has anyone got experience with initial SERC database via OCC ?

Can you give me some advice?

Thank you in advanced for your help.

With kind regards,

Maywand

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    Posted on Mar 30, 2015 at 11:21 AM

    Hi Maywand,

    when you start the load, do you get any error message or other system resposnse? If so, what response is it?

    Ralph

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    Posted on May 13, 2015 at 11:21 AM

    Dear All,

    I would like to thank you all for sharing your knowledge about this subject.

    The correct answer is that the listed_SUB with a cas number must be created in cg02 in order to load data via OCC.

    Futheremore it is better to install OCC in windows 7 because I had problems running OCC from windows 8.

    with kind regards.

    Maywand

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