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SRM MDM Catalog

Hi,

I am working on SRM MDM catalog 2.0. I m using MDM SP06 patch 2 version with SRM 5.0.

In this case I m importing data from flat file(access)

The data has been imported and enriched in MDM .

When i use the URL http://<J2EE server:port>/SRM-MDM/SRM_MDM i m getting an error "Connection to server failed".

How to solve this?

Do we really require XI (PI) in this case

Satisfactory answers will b rewarded points/

Thanks

Nisha

Edited by: Nisha Lalwani on May 13, 2008 11:11 AM

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    Posted on May 13, 2008 at 10:39 AM

    Hi,

    We had this problem then because of MDM server and webUI version difference. Please check in market place MDM UI compactability with MDM server version patch level

    Samrat

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    Posted on May 13, 2008 at 04:16 PM

    Nisha,

    You have to do some configuration in SRM side. you have to mention your external webservice in SPRO. Please check the below path in your SRM system. SAP Implementation Guide -> Supplier relationship management -> Master data -> Define external Webservices.

    Under integrated call structure, add an entry with the details. Also please refer to how to docs and there is a good document under "SAP NetWeaver MDM – SRM Catalog – SRM – EBP Configuration".

    Suresh.G

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Saurabh,

      I m working on SRM MDM catlog 2.0.I hav installed MDM components that come along with SRM MDM Catalog 2.0 business content.

      MDM server version 5.5.41.70 .I m facing the same problem yet.

      Hw do I check for the version compatibility?

      Can you suggest me hw to solve it?

      Regards

      Nisha

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