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ERROR While Running LSMW (IDOC)

Hi ,

While i am executing LSWM through IDOC(Start IDOC Processing) i am getting No Partner Exists with the name ",type". Please tel me if anybody Knows.....

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SaravanaKumar

Edited by: saravana kumar on Mar 20, 2008 1:05 PM

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2008 at 04:54 PM

    Hi,

    You have to setup your IDoc configuration in LSMW:

    1) Enter the menu \Settings\IDoc Inbound Processing

    2) Create a FILE port by clicking "Maintain Ports"

    3) Create a logical system (LS) partner number by clicking "Maintain Partner Numbers"

    4) Be sure your partner profile that you create is "Active" by clicking "Classification"

    5) In the end click "Activate IDoc Inbound Processing" bottom.

    Run your LSMW again. This time it shoud run wothout any problem.

    Hope it helps.

    Chang

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2008 at 05:12 PM

    hi,

    this is a simple problem...

    when u get into lsmw tcode....in the settings---> idoc inbound processing u have to fill all the fields like file port, partner type and partner number... then go with activate... that would solve ur prob

    in we20 check the corresponding partner type and partner number .... and fill those above.

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