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Hierachy upload from flat file via IDOC

I tried to upload Hierachy from flat file via IDOC, but it failed. The error message said"No transfer structure for infosource COSTROB and source system BW340FLAT". I can preview and simulate it without any problem.

I checked the infosource transfer structure. Only there are two fields there, COSTCROB, 0CO_AREA(compounding). No communication structure. I only can save the infosource instead of Active. No active button.

My flat file:

nodeid,infoobject,nodename,linkid,parentid,langu,txtsh,txtmd,txtlg

1,0HIER_NODE,ROOT,,0,,ROOT,ROOT MD,ROOT LG

2,0HIER_NODE,EUROPE,,1,,EUROPE,EUROPE MD,EUROPE LG

3,0COUNTRY,AUS,,2,,AUS,AUS MD,AUS LG

4,0HIER_NODE,AMERICA,,1,,AMERICA,AMERICA MD,AMERICA LG

5,0COUNTRY,US,,4,,US,US MD,US LG

6,0COUNTRY,GE,,2,,GE,GE MD,GE LG

Thanks!

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2005 at 08:51 AM

    Hi Robert,

    what's your release/patch level ?

    Please see OSS Note 605484 'RSAR 003: No transfer structure for InfoSource & and source system &' that would solve your problem !

    Hope it helps (and don't forget to assign points by clickin'on the yellow star to the contributors that help you...for details see /people/mark.finnern/blog/2004/08/10/spread-the-love ...

    Bye,

    Roberto

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Roberto Negro,

      I tried other person's Hierarchy upload from flat file in the same server, it hasn't this problem "No transfer structure". So I don't think it is system patch problem. My setting with the person's is same. I am really confused why I met this kind of problem.

      SOS!!!!

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