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Master data transfer using CIF

Hi all,

I am just clueless. I am trying to transfer master data from ERP to EWM but it ain't happening. It is throwing out this error. System: P6QCLNT800 User: RFC_USER_1 12/11/2010


Text: Internal error in IGS2, US. RFC: Connection Error.

Here P6QCLNT800 is the target system and RFC destination and also the logical system for SCM EWM. User is the RFC user.

All my settings and configs are right atleast as per SAP documentation for integrating EWM as an add on. I tried after disabling geocoders for US using the GEOCODERS report. Still I am getting, I have checked my RFC destination and tested my connection it is working fine in SM59. What should I do to proceed further?

I posted this in SCM LE forum but I guess this post is more suitable here.

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2010 at 03:43 AM

    Any thoughts, concerns or something that will keep me going.

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      Hi DB49,

      Thanks for the info. Yes, I got it registered and I don't see the message anymore. Also, I changed all my Inbound queues to Outbound queues, guess what, I am able to replicate the date. I don't get the IGS error anymore. I don't understand the reason though, if you know, please let me know. One issue but this I believe it is to do with vendor master, I am trying to transfer a vendor over CIF, I get a error message that says no unique jurisdiction cannot be determined. Any pointers on it?

      Thanks again for all your help.

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