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Number range for TDMS packages changeable?

May 29, 2017 at 01:59 PM

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Hello,

for SAP TDMS, we use a development system TDE and a production system TDM as control-/central system. TDE had been built up as system copy of TDM last year. Now we have a problem when TDE and TDM create TDMS transfer packages with the same package ID.

Two months ago I created a TDMS package 9004X with TDM as central system, RVQ/200 as sender client, and RVE/506 as receiver client. Today I created a TDMS package with the same package ID 9004X but with TDE as central system, RVQ/100 as sender client, and RVE/505 as receiver client. For package 9004X in TDE, the check/synchronization of RFC destinations failed. In table CNVMBTDEST in sender client RVQ/100, the entry for the RFC destination to RVQ/100 is missing. Regarding the receiver client an error message says that package ID 9004X is used in client RVE/506 with another subproject. In SM59, all RFC destinations work fine.

To solve this issue, would it be possible to change the number range for TDMS packages in TDE, for example? Number range for TDE: 95000 to 9ZZZZ, number range for TDM 90000 to 94ZZZ? Any other ideas?

Thanks for any help.

Best regards,

Anselm Brecht

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2 Answers

Carlos Alberto Marques Silva May 31, 2017 at 04:46 PM
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Hello Anselm,

Can you attach the full error you mentioned in the receiver system? Are you using different RFCs, created in SM59, for each of the connections for the different TDMS landscapes?

Regards

Carlos

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Prasath Seshan Jun 13, 2017 at 07:06 PM
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Hi Anselm,

I would recommend checking the Status of System Landscape. If there are errors in the System Landscape then the table will not have entries. Also I am wondering why it is required to create packages in both DEV and Prod instances in the TDMS landscape. We have been recommended to SAP to have one System acting as Control System in the Landscape. Central System can be either a TDMS system or the System where the Jobs run typically.

Regards,

Prasath

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