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No active integration model found

Feb 08 at 10:33 AM

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Hi,

While I was trying to transfer the customer from ecc to gts I got this following message at SLG1 as "No active integration model found for filter object T_CUS/xxx Message no. XC142"

How to resolve this, can any one be helpful please.

Thanks,

Alex

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Mouaz BEN REDJEB Feb 08 at 01:19 PM
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Hi Alex,

Could you please explain how you are proceeding for the transfer from ECC to GTS?

I see in your screen shot of SLG1 that you have transaction XD02 and program SAPLCIFG which is weird in my opinion when sending mater data from ECC to GTS.

Thanks and regards.

Mouaz BEN REDJEB

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Hi Mouaz,

first sorry for the late reply. I am transfering the customer from ECC to GTS via (/n/sapsll/menu_legalr3) initial transfer of Mast. Data - Transfer customers.

and then when I received the following message

I checked in SLG1. Am I doing something wrong? please suggest how else I can send the customer to GTS.

of course I have tried /n/SAPSLL/DEBMAS_DIRR3 and which is same as the cockpit.

Also I was just curious why it is weired to see the xd02 and saplcifg ? could you please elaborate, so that I can correct please?

Thanks,

Alex

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Mouaz BEN REDJEB Feb 12 at 06:55 PM
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Hi Alex,

I said it is weird because I have never seen these values in SLG1 in GTS, this is why I was wondering how you have been transferring customers from ECC to GTS.

I checked in an available SAP GTS system a SLG1 log for a failed transfer of a BP and I have:

- Transaction = blank

- Program = /SAPSLL/SAPLCORE_APPLOG_SERV

- Object text = SAP GTS: Business Partner

Just to make sure: The SLG1 screenshot you sent is taken from GTS side right ?

In your screenshot, the program mentioned is SAPLCIFG which makes me think that the CIF is somehow in the picture (see in your screenshot as well the Object text = Core Interface...). However, master data transfer from ECC to GTS does not use CIF but rather a mix of ALE and RFC.

So, my guesses are:

- May be you are looking at SLG1 logs but not in an SAP GTS system. Check SLG1 in SAP GTS or use the specific transaction to display the logs for transfer of customers and vendors (in SAP GTS too)

- You have used the CIF... but the integration between ECC and GTS does not use the CIF

Regards.

Mouaz BEN REDJEB

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Hi Mouaz,

Yes your observation about SLG1 in ECC is absolutely right. I was checking SLG1 in ECC which seems to be wrong what I was doing. However my issue is customer is not able to go into GTS by using the /n/sapsll/Menu_legalr3 with transfer customer. What other checks do you recomend. I have gone through almost all the postings of SCN but could not resolve my issue.

Regards,

Alex.

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Hi Alex (or should I say Sridhar?),

Now that you know that you have been looking at SLG1 in the wrong place (ECC), may be you could have a look at SLG1 in the right place (GTS) ??? :)

In SAP GTS, you can use as well t-code /n/SAPSLL/PARTNER_APPL which is a kind of extract of SLG1 only aimed at the customers/vendors transfer logs.

Regards.

Mouaz BEN REDJEB

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Hi Mouaz,

You can call me Alex.

I was trying to reach Sridhar for his reply and instead saying dear sridhar I signed it here in this post with his name :-)

I have already used t-code /n/SAPSLL/PARTNER_APPL and it has not given back any results.

Thanks,

Alex ( Not Sridhar :-))

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On ECC side, check if anything in stuck in the RFC pipe, using t-code SM58

On GTS side, check if there is any dump, using t-code ST22.

(Make sure you trigger the initial transfer of your customer to have up to date results in SM58/ST22)

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