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No candidate could be found for US RCF_UNREGSER

Hi gurus

I am seeing lots of this error on a daily basis in SLG1. Clearly it means that the system was looking for a candidate object attached to the user RCF_UNREGSER, but should this particular service user even have relationships to other objects like BP and NA?

My initial thought was that the user had been wrongly assigned to a service in SICF, but if I look in table ICFSERVICE I can see that not a single service has a user attached in the logon pane. I simply filtered in SE16 field ICF_USER "not equal to empty".

Best regards

Aage Kold Jensen

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 12:19 PM

    Hello Aage,

    Usually, it comes from a wrong SICF setting, yes but not only from the register/logon scenario but also from the candidate profiles, startpages and so on. A description how to set-up the services can be found in the IMG step -> Technical Settings -> User Interfaces -> Candidate -> Front-End Candidate -> Specify E-Recruiting Services (Web Dynpro ABAP).

    Also if you use a distributed WD scenario it is important how you set the RECFA BL2UI/SYEMP/UI2BL T77S0-parameters.

    The user must not have a candidate object assigned!



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