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Convertion of data in SyncBo

Hi

When I test my SyncBo for inventory count I get the following error:

<i>Return code from RFC BAPI Wrapper call:Unit of measure ****** not convertible to stockkeeping unit PC

</i>

However if I test my BAPI Wrapper in the backend I get no error.

What causes this, Bapi wrapper or SyncBo?

Best Regards

Morten

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 02:48 PM

    Hi Morten:

    I think it is the BAPI Wrapper.This error occurs because of the Unit Conversion.Make sure use one of the Conversion Routines in your BAPI Wrapper with the appropriate value for the LANGUAGE Parameter.(If not used already)

    "CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_INPUT"

    OR

    "CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_OUTPUT"

    based on your requirement before the value is passed on to the BAPI Export Parameters.For Instance if you Use CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_INPUT for PC the Output will be ST(for EN).

    Pl refer to table "T006" in your Backend SAP System for details.Also Just make sure the SY-LANGU is same in both your MI Server and also your Backend SAP System.

    Thx

    Gisk

    Message was edited by: Sivakumar Ganesan(Gisk)

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