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Transfer Account to ECC system depending on Life cycle stage


We have an issue related to transfering account data to R/3 (ECC) system when life cycle stage of the account is changed to a particular value. We have carried out the required configuration to have a custom life cycle stage and on reaching that stage, account data will be replicated to ECC system.

The problem is that for some of the old accounts (created two years ago), the BDOC is giving error saying the business partner does not exist in ECC system (error in BUPA_MAIN) where as if we create a fresh account and change the life cycle stage to required custom value it is getting replicated in ECC system. What we have found out is that the BDOC BUPA_REL is getting triggered during replication to ECC (in case of successful replication) where as it is not getting triggered in case of unsuccessful replication.

Request you to help us in getting to know why the difference in behaviour of BUPA_REL in these cases.



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    Posted on Dec 10, 2014 at 05:01 AM

    The issue occurred because the partner GUID along with site id was present in the table CRMM_BUT_CRMOBJ. As a result of it system considered it as partner update and not as partner created and BDOC was generated accordingly. On deleting the particular entry from the table issue was resolved.

    Closing the thread.

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  • Posted on Jun 24, 2014 at 09:59 AM

    Hi Athreya,

    Can you please check if the guid number in the masterdata tables in CRM and in ECC is the same ?

    Should they differ then the context of note

    609766 - Correction of BP GUIDS in CRMM_BUT_CUSTNO,BUT000,CRMKUNNR

    Could be relevant.

    Best regards - Christophe

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