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problem with connecting ecc to BI

when i am activating any transfer rules related to R# source system, system throughs error source system is not connected.

but i am to login from both ecc and BI system using sm59..i dont find any error there..

what would be the problem...?

so i created them again with sm59 and maintained distribution model and maintained the business partner and did check inbound and and outbound parameters..

now the issues is...when i replicate the datasources related to ECC.....i found the datasources under unassingend node...

and i face problem in finding the datasource related to particular application component..

so can anyone let me know what cause such changes ...

and is there any method in comparing the datasources available in ecc is equal to datasources replicated in BI....

Edited by: satish chowdary on May 2, 2011 9:34 PM

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  • Posted on May 02, 2011 at 08:16 PM

    I would try to re-cerate source system again via wizard available in RSA1->Source systems->SAP system type->right click New.

    The "manual way" of DS comparison BW vs ECC would be to compare DS in TA RSA1 on BW side vs TA RSA6 in ECC side.

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    Posted on May 03, 2011 at 08:38 PM

    Hi Satish,

    If the issue is with the datasources going under not assigned node, then you will have to run RSA9 in the source system, once that is done, replicate the source system again in BI and that should solve your issue.

    - Danny

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    • Former Member Sri BW

      not working with there any other solution.

      after executing rsa9 in ecc or BI....i do not find the datasources under there respective application nodes..

      and how can i know the number of datasources available in ecc

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