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Error in Converting EDIFACT to XML using B2B add-On in 7.31

Hi Experts,

Our EDIFACT UNH details is - UNH+K02305+PHBEST:2::PH

We are getting below error while trying to convert EDIFACT into XML message in integrationCockpit.

java.lang.RuntimeException: Error in conversion of PHBEST/-Edifact-Document at character 327 to XML: java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException: Check for ruleset for PHBEST/ failed: Failed to set the parameter 3 of the statement >>SELECT COUNT(*) FROM B2B_EDI_CTRL_MSG WHERE CTRL_KEY = ? AND MESSAGETYPE = ? AND MESSAGEVERSION = ?<<: Cannot assign an empty string to a parameter with JDBC type >>VARCHAR<<.

Please suggest.

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2013 at 06:22 AM

    Hi Mateen,

    SAP ships content with the B2B add-on. Did you load that content into the tables of the Intregration Cockpit -> EDI content manager?

    Seems that the system does not know your message type and version

    Kind regards

    Dimitri

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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2013 at 05:26 PM

    Hello Mateen,

    Is this part of an ICO scenario? Check the note 1741722 MessagingException:OpenSQLException when sending message. Try making a dummy change in the Directory to reactivate the object.

    Regards

    Mark

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