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global.srvc issues with content and publishing

Hi gurus, and all you others.

We are converting from externally maintained ITS-services and templates to maintain them through SE80 and publish them out to the ITS via the IACOR.

We are running R/3 4.7 1.10 on unix and ITS 6.20 on W2k3 boxes.

I have two issues.

1. Contents of global.srvc is corrupt?

The contents of global.srvc is not what I expected it to be.

It basically contained two rows with the following content

00000000000064B00000000000000000000000000000000000

¿È×Û###ÕNQ#Â#»Í##ÎÔËÒ(}#ØÝ×/#B#×-ʤ¤P*©ºS!.ËY9#ÊOD ;#ÍæÍ##b#x#!#«oHJ_ú#!#~#Ï­!b#x#!^##oÇŽ#z#¢,##B#:Ä#µK:#ßpR#W#1Äk­#z¢Þ##B`oÈ%#Å#¬!b#x#!#£(##ô}##¹$Ó·÷#í뾡"#Ãð¹{¨þÜ#ï#Bß##[/code]

My question is why?

I can of course change the content and insert all the values from the global.srvc from the ITS-directory, but my curious mind wants to know why it is corrupt.

Patch levels of R/3 are:

SAP_BASIS 620 0050 SAPKB62050

SAP_ABA 620 0050 SAPKA62050

SAP_APPL 470 0024 SAPKH47024

SAP_HR 470 0017 SAPKE47017[/code]

How ever, I looked into an integrated ITS on a 6.40 system and there the service GLOBAL looked nice.

2. I cannot publish global.srvc

Regardless of how I initiate the publish, the service file for global.srvc still looks the same and the status on the internet service GLOBAL in SE80 is still Saved.

How do I publish the global.srvc?

Publishing other services works wihtout issues. They also change status from saved to Publish/part-published.

I do not find any relevant information in SDN or on sapnet for any of these cases.

TIA (thanks in advance)

Fredrik

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2007 at 02:13 PM

    Hi,

    I wonder that the content of the global.srvc has changed after publishing via IACOR. Global.srvc is excluded from publishing by IACOR.

    You can publish the global.srvc "To Local Directory" instead of via IACOR.

    regards, Arthur

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    Posted on Nov 05, 2007 at 04:32 PM

    my templates too show part-published when published. any ideas why you where getting this errpr?

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2008 at 06:50 AM

    Solution not found, but we have migrated and the issue is no more!

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