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FIle to IDOC..

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Working on File to Idoc scenario, the file is picked from application server but in SXMB_MONI there is error showing 'Error: I::000' which is red flagged..

I have checked everything there is no error in IR and ID but it is still throughing error.

what could be the problem?

Please help me...

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 11:09 AM

    Hey,

    Check the transaction <b>WE05</b> does the idoc appear in the outbound side ?

    Have you maintained RFC destination from xi to r/3, Port on the idoc adapter ?

    Check you adapter config of idoc once.

    IN R/3 have u maintained rfc destination to xi , maintained partner profile with inbound parameters ?

    Any luck?

    Cheers,

    <b>*RAJ*

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 11:16 AM

    Hi,

    check ur connections in reciever side parameters and verify the details what u have mentioned in IDX1 and IDX2 tcodes of port & metadata details correct or not.

    And check is ur reciever bussiness system contained port and logical systems or not.

    with regards,

    Naresh.K

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  • Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 11:56 AM

    Hi Sapien,

    It Means the R/3 from which you are trying to import the MetaData doesn't contain IDOC

    OR Check for port in IDX1.

    You can check it in WE60 in R/3.

    Some times it was because of insufficient roles for the user which you are using in RFC connection to SAP system

    Cheers...

    Vasu

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