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Changing transfer method in transfer rules

I would like to change the transfer method in a TR.

It is set by default to IDoc.

I would like to set it to TRFC with PSA.

However, I can't because it is dimmed.

My aim is to find a workaround to an issue stated in SAP note 120446.

Thxs.

LauQ.

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2005 at 09:17 AM

    Hi,

    Probably you do not have the aurthorization in the server for doing so. The workaround would be to change the transfer method as "T"(TRFC) in the table RSTS.

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      Unfortunaletly this does not work: I get a message: "enhancement category for table missing" when the system tries to activate the transfer rule and to create a table /BIC/B0000* in the DDIC.

      ??

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2005 at 03:27 PM

    The biggest question is if the data source allows this type of setting. Which extractor are you using and is it an SAP system you are extracting from?

    In SAP you can check the field TFMETHODS in table ROOSOURCE. If it contains a 1 you cannot transfer the data via PSA.

    Best regards

    Dirk

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      It is a Data Mart source in the same BW system.

      I have created an Export DataSource from a PSA.

      I cannot activate transfer rules due to a bug (note 120446).

      This occurs because the transfer method is IDoc only.

      I'm afraid that no solution exist for my problem.

      Thxs.

      LauQ

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