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POSDM: how to setup destination of WPUBON IDOC?

Hi all,

I have a problem with generation idoc WPUBON from POSDM.

Idoc is created succesfully, but it has wrong recipient: port is empty, partner type is KU (customer) and partner number is the number of plant.

Idoc has red status, "Error in ALE service". As I understand, partner type should be LS and partner number should be <my ERP system>.

I have tried to save rfc destination in the "Define Additional Details for Tasks" item of POSDM IMG, but it didn't change anything.

How to setup destination for IDOCs in POSDM?

Thanks.

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    Posted on May 01, 2012 at 09:05 AM

    Hi,

    I would normally setup the partner in WE20 as type KU with the customer number of the site and the outbound message type WPUBON. You can set the corresponding inbound parameters in ERP.

    regards

    Marcus

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      As far as I know yes. A good reason for this if you are using SAP Retail ECC is that there are site (plant) specific settings for transferring the data from POSDM into the POS Inbound component of ECC. On the ECC side you use POS Inbound profiles to control the behaviour of the POS processing and assign these to sites. These could be relating to currency, aggregated (WPUUMS) or transactional sales (WPUBON), account postings for finance transaction (WPUFIB) and more.

      There are ways of generating the partner profiles for a range of stores in a kind of mass maintenance way (from memory!).

      thanks

      Marcus

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 08:58 AM

    Still actual.

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