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Why are the weights returned from ERP-Scale inconsistent?

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Symptom: When reading the weight from SAP, ERP-Scale will return the weight the first time, but then give an error or different weight on the second and after a few more reads give the correct weight again.
Cause: There is more than one implementation of ERP-Scale registered to the same RFC destination.How to check:

In SAP start transaction SM59 and select the RFC destination.

Use the function Extras>System Information>Target System:

Verify the System ID and Network Address of the system against the PC where ERP-Scale is installed:

Repeat this step multiple times to verify that the correct remote system is always used.

Resolution: Change the Program ID in SM59 under the registered server program:

and in ERP-Scale:



Ensure that the new Program ID is unique.

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