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I am getting this error in the defaultTrace.trc file when trying to log into the standard B2B shop: /a##ce38233d661011e0c205000000867de2#SAPEngine_Application_Thread impl :3_27##0#0#Error##Plain###An exception has occurred: BEM exception catalog.notFound(ERS300_001_001). catalog.notFound(ERS300_001_001) catalog.notFound(ERS300_001_001) at at .........

I started getting this when we upgraded our sandbox ERP system to EHP4 and our ISA/E-commerce java apps to 7.0.

We also updated our ERP's OS to Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008R2.

The Java side is a Developer Workplace installed on Windows XP.

I have checked t-code WWM3 and ERS300_001_001 is there and there is data in it.

I checked SRMO and the indexes look fine as well as TREX. ( I have also deleted and recreated them)

All the connections seem good between ERP and TREX.

There are no short dumps or errors in ST22 or SM21.

ST11 doesn't have any error logs that I can see when I am trying to connect from B2B.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you,


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    Posted on Apr 14, 2011 at 10:21 AM

    Hello Neil,

    You can try the below two things,

    1. Check your webhop configuration.

    2. Try an initial replication of the catalog.


    Shanto Aloor

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  • Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 01:44 PM

    The issue was with the TREX configuration in Visual Administrator.

    From Visual Administrator:

    Server -> Services -> TREX Service

    Then change nameserver.address to tcpip://<host>:<port>

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