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Source System Error

Hi Experts ,

I have to create a source system for Production server in BW Ides .

My Production server client 999 , It is assigned to Logical system CL999.But CL999 Uses a RFC Destination to support place so it could not be changed .

So i created own logical system LSYS999 . And created a RFC Destination to BW and used that in Port .But my Logical system is not assigned to client.

If i check My RFC connection on both sides it works fine.

The source system is also created in BW , RSBASIDOC Table also has Active state.

I created a generic data source in Production Server , Replicated in BW , It also came.

Now the problem is when i assign Data source to info source , During Activation the following error comes

<b>Error in source system CL999</b>

Message no. RSAR502

Diagnosis

With Remote Function Call to system CL999 error Function module "<b>RSAOU_BWBC_GET</b>" not found. ccurred.

Procedure

Remove the cause of the error.

How to solve this .....Awaiting for your great response

Regards

Shiba

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 08:56 AM

    Hi,

    please go in rsa1 onto the relevant source system and press "check". I assume that the connection is not fine. This will help you to get some more detailed information.

    Follow the protocol.

    hth

    cheers

    sven

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 08:58 AM

    Hi

    check this notes

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    hope it helps

    rgds

    AK

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