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Returns docs not posting to XI - SYSFAIL error

We have a function module called BAPI_GODSMOVT_CREATE to pass return notes to SAP xi.. This program has scheduled to run everyday midnight.. But dud to some reason files were not getting transferred from SAP R3 to XI..

We checked in SM58 and in the status text field it displays u201CSYS FAIL" but not much of info available via SM58..

Function module - BAPI_ZGOODSMVT_CREATE target system XITCP

Also we checked in the Table ARFCSSTATE

FIELD ARFC status FIELD displays SYSFAIL..

Files have transfer to SAP XI in ad hoc pattern..03, 06,04th of December it has failed..19,20,21 it was successfully executed and files were came to SAp XI..

So what can be the error for this scenario?

Where can i check for possible cause for this?

Regards

Budddhike

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 11:17 AM

    Could you double click and check the detailed error description in sm58?

    Regards,

    Prateek

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    • Former Member Prateek Raj Srivastava

      HI Patel

      you asumption seems to be very logical, but the server was on ..if you think this due to laod in XI ( this program scheduled to run in midnight) , whre can i find a clue ?

      what can i do to address this issue?

      Regards

      Buddhike

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