No defineded RFC destination for global trade service----urgency!!!!

how can i resolve this problem for [<b>STOP]</b> Message, just on one sever, not connect any other R/3 system, when i execute mb1c,input  a material information, and try to save the input messages , the system pop up the [<b>stop</b>] error:
    <b> no defineded RFC destination for global trade service</b>
my system enviroment is:
    win2003 server + db2 8.2 + sap ecc5

Hi,
When you post an R/3 material document, the processing terminates with a system message indicating that no RFC destination has been maintained for Global Trade Services GTS.
This system message is unjustified since SAP GTS has not actually been activated.
This is caused by a program error.
Please read the notes-825448, and do the necessary corrections.
Hope this helps you out.
Rgds,
Suman

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