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Material Replication Issue_CRMRFCPAR entries

Hi,

We are having some issues for Materials replication. wondering if something to do with our CRMRFCPAR entries.

For initial load, i set up the entry as follows:

User : SRM

Obj name: *

Destination : RFCdestination of SRM

Load type: "I - Initial download"

I haven't maintained any other fields apart from above. Do we have to maintain "inqueue flag" check box and "send xml" entries.

I have gone thru sap note: 510192 and it seems these entries applicable in certain situations only..our's is just replication to one srm system only. we are on SRM 5.5 and ecc 6.0

appreicate if you have any inputs on this 2 entries.

Thanks in Advance

Krish

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 01:59 PM

    Krishna

    What problems are you getting when trying to replcate the materials?

    Keith

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    • hi,

      when the SRM system downloads products from R/3 , number of validations are done.

      if the validations fail , the system will not download --> the material.

      I am very sure of the following problem , and i was able to resolve this issue also

      1) Msg no: C_014 "mat for initial download: table not supported by function"

      this message comes up , when the product category of the material being downloaded is not exisiting in the SRM system...

      2) so best way to resolve the issues , is to ensure that --> all the master data for the products -->

      units ,

      product categories --> are in place in SRM system....

      3) additionally --> you can see in the transaction -->

      SMW01 --> in the errors / recievers -


      >

      longtext associated with each error message --> this helps you to resolve the issue ...

      Edited by: khan voyalpad usman on Jun 17, 2008 6:03 PM

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