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problem in communication IDOCS

Hi all,

I am facing a problm in setting up of communication IDOC while sending a material from 1 system to the other . I checked all the configuration settings in setting the RFC, creating ports , and distribution model and so on....

After creating a partner profile and distribute the model i am checking in bd10

it is giving me the status as 1 master idoc has been created and 0 communication idocs has been generated .

Can any one of please suggest me where I am going wrong ?

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:26 AM

    hi

    check u r model view settings depend upon the recipients communication idocs generates

    and do consistency check wih TCODE

    BDM5

    probably u will get solution

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    Nagesh.Paruchuri

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:29 AM

    Hey the error will come when the system is not able to find reciever system. So go to BD64. Distribute it again. also check the connection test using SM59. (RFC Destination).

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:29 AM

    Hi,

    check the below settings for distributing material master data..check if u have done all these steps..

    For distributing master data like material master, vendor master, customer master we have standard transaction codes that are provided by sap.

    Bd10(send material master)

    Bd12(send customer master)

    Bd14(send vendor master)

    Bd30(bom’s)

    The order of Tcodes are:

    Bd54 (creating logical systems)

    Scc4 (assigning logical systems )

    Sm59 (rfc destination)

    We81 ( message type)

    We30 ( idoc type)

    We31 ( segment type)

    We82 (linking message type and idoc type)

    We21 (creating port)

    We20 (partner profiles)

    Bd64 (Distribution model)

    Bd10 (material master)

    Ex: material master.

    Message type: matmas.

    Idoc type: matmas05.

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    Nagaraj

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:47 AM

    Thanks for the prompt reply

    but I checked every thing but couldnt find any flaw in the configuration settings.

    Its still giving me warning that ' specify outbound parameters for message type SYNCH in sender system' . vt does this mean .

    In my sender system i' ve given SYNCH and MATMAS as outbound parameters

    and reciever system i ve given MATMAS and SYNCH as inbound parameters

    please help me in this issue.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 11:10 PM

    Hi all,

    I am facing a problm in setting up of communication IDOC while sending a material from 1 system to the other . I checked all the configuration settings in setting the RFC, creating ports , and distribution model and so on....

    After creating a partner profile and distribute the model i am checking in bd10

    it is giving me the status as 1 master idoc has been created and 0 communication idocs has been generated .

    model view is also created successfully, but still my problm remains same.

    Can any one of please suggest me where I am going wrong ?

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