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How to stop collecting CIF queues in SAP ECC.

We had implemented SAP Plug-In CIF for live data transfer between R/3 and APO ., now that we stopped using APO, we want stop collecting data in CIF relevant queues in R/3 system.

Deleting or changing RFC destinations didn't help as queues are still being collected with 'fail' status.

So is there anyway to stop collecting these queues.

Regards,

Laks

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2009 at 11:40 PM

    Hi,

    Did you also deactivate your integration models ( transaction cfm2) for all master and transaction data?

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  • Posted on Mar 19, 2009 at 09:33 AM

    Step1.Close the Integeration model of Transactional Data then PP Master data then remaining all Master Data.

    Step2.Turn off the MRP Type (Z0) and Relevant to APO inidcator (APOKZ).

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  • Posted on Mar 21, 2009 at 05:58 AM

    Hi Laks,

    Step 1 & 2 will solve your problem but

    Step1.Deactivate all Integeration model

    Step2.Change Material master MRP Type from X0 and Relevant to APO inidcator (APOKZ).

    Apart from the above you can also lookinto below steps

    CIF Settings in R/3 :-

    Check ALE settings or activate ALE settings

    Define the logical system BD54

    Assign logical system to a client SCC4

    Set the RFC destination SM59

    Assign target system and queue type CFC1

    Maintain the SAP APO release NDV2

    Activate BTEs for SAP APO integration BF11

    User parameters for CIF CFC2

    Rgds

    Samir

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