You have accessed the business scenario or consumer application configuration screen. For more information, see Configuring the Consumer Side of Business Scenarios and Configuring Consumer Applications .
When managing business scenarios and consumer applications, if the configuration assignment of a Service Group fails for any reason you can configure the Service Group manually. There are two possible options:
Configure the Service Group manually by specifying the configuration options from a wizard. The manual configuration triggers a wizard with which you create a logical port to the consumer application.
Configure the Service Group manually by assigning an RFC connection to it. The manual configuration triggers a procedure with which you create the assignment of the connection.
For business scenarios, choose Business Scenario Communication and select a scenario.
For consumer applications, choose Application Communication and select an application.
The system displays information about the Service References belonging to this Service Group in a table.
In case the system does not display additional information about the selected entry, choose the Show Details control on the top of the Service Reference list.
For Service Groups that use Web service connectivity, choose the Configure Manually button to manually create a new configuration for the Service Group. For more information, see the Creating a Logical Port section of the following document: Configuring Individual Web Service Clients
For Service Groups that use RFC connectivity, choose the Configure Manually button to select an RFC connection that you want to assign to the consumer application.
To discard the manual configuration of the Service Group, choose the Remove Manual Configuration button.
This would allow you to assign a provider system to the service group.