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Which Business Function to Activate at SFWF for WM Transaction BORGR

Hi,

I'm trying to access Tcode BORGR but I hit the following error:

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Transaction code BORGR cannot be executed

Message no. SFW052

Diagnosis

You are trying to execute the transaction code BORGR.

System Response

Execution is canceled because the transaction is assigned to a deactivated (in the sense of the Switch Framework) package.

Procedure

Using the transactions of the Switch Framework (particularly transaction SFW5), you can check whether all components required for the operation of your system are activated (switched on). After consultation with your system administrator, you can - if necessary - activate additional components (business functions).

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However, at Tcode SFW5, I'm not sure which Business Function I'm supposed to activate. Please help. Thanks!

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2016 at 08:42 AM

    Transaction SFWF does not exist.

    BORGR is a multilevel goods receipt for the industry solution IS-Automotive, which is part of the Industry extension ECC-DIMP

    Activation cannot be reversed and is not really an activity of a MM consultant, this is usually a Basis job and needs certainly be approved by your IT management.

    Please see the discussion ECC 6.0 upgrade and use of IS-Automotive (possi... | SCN

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