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General ledger master record transport-urgent

Dear all,

I want to transport general ledger master record from the development server to the QA server. so we set up ALE. I came to know through ALE we can transport the general ledger master record. After setting up ALE, using the t.code BD18, I tried to transport general ledger master record. That time the following error is coming;

"No recipient found for message type GLMAST in the ALE model"

Message no. B1129

Diagnosis

According to the ALE distribution customer model, no messages of type GLMAST are distributed from this system. This means that no recipient systems have been modeled for this message type.

Since it is urgent for me to transport the general ledger master record, please guide me to solve this issue. If you have any other method to transport the general ledger master record, please tell me.

Will award good points.

Thanks well in advance.

Regards,

AR

Procedure

If this system is the leading system from the viewpoint of ALE, then you should model the connections required and where necessary upload them from the PC to the R/3 system.

If this system is not the leading system then you should make sure that a copy of the ALE distribution customer model is distributed from the leading system to this system.

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  • Posted on Dec 26, 2007 at 10:19 PM

    You could use LSMW to upload GL master data.

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2007 at 04:46 AM

    If you would like to Use the ALE functionality, You need to Define and Assign Logical systems and also define outbound IDOC to tranfer the data from client to other client.

    You can take help of developer and once defined can be used on regular basis when needed.

    Thanks

    Mohan

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