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No RFC destination defined....

Hi Guys,

I am working on Gap Analysis for the problem associated during outbound delivery transaction i.e VL02N.

When we enter the name of delivery document in VL02N and then go to Environment -> Document flow, I get a message at the bottom saying "NO RFC destination defined for small parcel carrier (here name of the carrier)".

Now, I guess generally this message is associated when you are using XSI i.e Exchange Shipping Interface (Generally used to connect to UPS and FEDEX)

But in my company we are not using XSI because we are using XI.

So what is the reason I am getting that message associated with XSI?

Inputs will be highly appreciated...

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2006 at 09:47 PM

    It appears function XSI_FLOW_TRACK_REQUEST is executed during sales document flow processing. You'll notice the table parameter is PT_VBFA.

    This might be of some help.

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2006 at 05:48 PM

    Any inputs will be highly appreciated.....

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2006 at 05:57 PM
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      Sorry, I've never worked with it before, but go to SPRO->Logistics Execution->Shipping->Deliveries->Set Link to Express Delivery Company.

      Here you have access to configure each delivery company. You could possibly uncheck the "Active" flag or possibly the "Set tracking status manually".

      It appears your error message is displayed when the "Track RFC destination" is not populated. I would guess deactivating the delivery company would prevent the check from occurring.

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