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SM 58 error while posting Idoc


I have installed a Netweaver XI 7.0 recently and have completed postinstallation tasks.

Communication between all XI components (i.e IR, ID and SLD is working.)

I am trying to test an Idoc to File scenario and while posting an Idoc from my R/3 system I am hitting upon this error "No service for system SAPD46, client 800 in Integration Directory".

I have scanned SDN forums and came across note 940313 which talks about the registration of R/3 system on SLD by one of the two methods as below..


Business system

  • Activities in the System Landscape Directory (SLD)(Create technical system):

Create a technical system for system ABC in the SLD, and create the client for this. Do not forget to assign an "ALE logical system" (for example, "ABCCLNT123") to this technical system.

SLD (Business system):

You can now explicitly assign a business system to this client.

For more details, refer to the SLD documentation.

Activities in system ABC (self-registration in the SLD):

Alternatively, you can register the system in the SLD in system ABC with Transaction RZ70. You will find detailed information about the SLD registration of systems on the SAP Service Marketplace for the "Exchange Infrastructure" in the document "Exchange_Installation_Guide.pdf".

In system ABC, you can check your configuration with Transaction SLDCHECK.

Activities in Integration Directory (import business system from SLD):

You will find the business systems under Services Without Party in the Integration Services. In the Service menu, you will find the system identifiers, the client, and the corresponding ALE logical system under "Objects"->"Adapter-specific identifiers".

Use the Import/Update button to copy the data from the SLD, to create business systems, or to update their identifiers.


I have performed activities highlighted in BOLD. But still error is same.

My question from XI Gurus is that is there any way to know if the manual step of registering my R/3 system in SLD is sufficient (As the SLD bridge for my R/3 system is not configured and I can not use auto registartion.)

Is there any way to check if the R/3 system is successfully registered.



Edited by: Lovein Khullar on Sep 17, 2008 11:16 AM

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