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SUS Application Error

Hello,

I'm am trying to send a Purchase order to SUS via XI. It successfully makes it from EBP to XI, but the following error occurs when passing the PO to SUS.

StandardMessageFault

An error occurred within an XI interface: An exception with the type CX_GDT_CONVERSION occurred, but was neither handled locally, nor declared in a RAISING clause Program: SAPLBBP_BD_MAPPING_SAPXML1; Include: LBBP_BD_MAPPING_SAPXML1F1B; Line: 4

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It is an ABAP Application error and diddlays SYSFAIL in the inbound rfc monitor queue.

Best Regards,

Kyle

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2005 at 11:17 AM

    Hi Kyle ,

    You are facingg this problem due to mismatch in currency or ISO Codes in SAP R/3 & SUS .

    Kindly check the currency Fields & ISO codes .

    Thse should be in sink with each other ...

    Regards

    Sachin S M

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    • Former Member

      Thanks Sachin,

      I had a discrepancy in flaged primary currencies between EBP and SUS. Once I synced R/3, SUS and EBP this particular error went away. I had to address a few other non-related mapping issues and now the PO & PO Change docs can make it to SUS.

      Thanks Again,

      Kyle

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