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BE3.5 : Error from the source system while activating the transfer rule

When I was trying to activate the transfer rule for one info object( charateristic with master data) , I got the following error in [[ ]]

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Error when creating transfer structure /BIC/CCPIZGR00CC_ATTR in source system CI2220

Diagnosis

An error occurred when creating transfer structure /BIC/CCPIZGR00CC_ATTR as an IDoc segment in source system CI2220 .

System response

The action was terminated. No data was changed.

Procedure

Use the generation log in source system CI2220 to identify the error, and remove the cause.

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CI2220 is the backend R/3 system, I had no issue in replicating the data source etc. this error occurred while trying to activate the transfer rule after assigning the info source to the replicated datasource in BW.

Can anybody tell me how to view( what transaction etc) the generation log to understand the issue?

Thanks in advance

Arunabha

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2005 at 03:29 PM

    Hi Arunabha,

    I would confrim that there is no issue with the datasource in your r/3 system. Can you run the datasource on your r/3 system with no errors using RSA3?

    If the datasource is ok, then I would check out the error message number in OSS or SDN. I have seen this error before, I just cannot recall what the fix was.

    Cheers!

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