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MAM 2.5 Can't create Notification

Hi, I can't create a notification on my mobile device, When I click on the create button the priority or notification type does not show up and the save button is not there. I did configuration in the backend in Determine Notification Processing and defined my four notification types but it doesn't seem to be coming across. When I click to create an order all the order stuff comes through fine as I followed the Best Practices for Orders. Does anyone have any suggestions Please 😊

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Devlin

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2006 at 12:07 PM

    Hi Devlin,

    Perfrom a BAPI wrapper check on MAM25_010 syncBo which is responsible for handling notifications.

    Also try to execute MAM25_011_GETLIST, MAM25_011_CREATE functions in your backend.

    Let me know about the results.

    Regards,

    Rahul

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    Posted on Mar 23, 2006 at 03:33 AM

    Hi Devlin & Alex,

    Devlin, sorry for the late reply.

    Devlin & Alex, would you please run the replicator for the MAM25_090 syncBo(Select the syncbo in the synchronizer tab under transaction merep_pd and click 'execute' present just above the table). This syncBo is responsible for 'User specific customizing for MAM' may have not replicated properly causing the error.

    Devlin, if you have already got the solution kindly share it with us.

    Regards,

    Rahul

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      Hi sorry I am just getting back, yes basically it worked when I forced it to come across on TMI. We didn't have our web server set up with R3 as a trusted system and for some reason the username/password wasn't getting pushed across, weird huh

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