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Error when Loading Metadata for IDOC Adapter

Everybody,

I know this should be pretty straight forward and that there are a few posts about it. But following the Demo 3.0 guide and the posts I can't seem to load the data into the IDOC Adapter. I did every step in the guide and when I try to execute IDX2 for the source port I previously created I get the error "No RFC Destination is maintained for the port".

Following the guide I have my XI host

ID:ABC

Instance:01

Client:700

Executed IDX1 and got port SAPABC_107 with RFC Dest-ABC_107, which I defined previously with transaction sm59 and the test came back ok.

When I try to execute IDX2 I get the error message...

What am I missing ?????

Thanks!

Diego

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2004 at 10:51 PM

    Hi,

    Is there anything set up in transaction IDX1 for this as well ?

    Hope this helps.

    Colin. 😊

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    • Former Member Kurt Rasmussen

      Kurt, THANKS for all the help. I was finally able to load the idoc, I went it and check the user I generated with the appropiate privileges for ABC_107 and the role and profile were in red, I ran the comparison check, reset the password one more time and it worked.

      I then was able to load the idoc with trans idx2, it gave me a segment version warning but at least I was able to finish the configuration for the Check Availability Seat Scenario. I am now running into other issues... (neverending story!) but I will post it in a different topic.. thanks again

      Diego

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