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Could not commit transaction: Error -1 detected during transaction '' (UDO1)

I'm having the error

"Could not commit transactión: Error -1 detected during transaction " (UDO1), after trying to register an UDO:

we are working on SAP B1H 9.0 PL09, HANA REV 69. My customer has purchased B1UP and they are not bieng able to use it as this add-on registers UDOs, and due to this error they cannot create UDOs either. I have cleaned all restrictions from SBO Transaction Notification, I don't know if by erasing all Formatted Searches as I read that on some posting, I'll be able to fix this problem.

I have query UDO1 and OUDO and everything seems to be fine this DB comes from SQL Server & B1 9.0 PL07 installation.

Hope you'll be able to give me ideas so I can solve this incident. I have already posted a SAP message too and I'm waiting for SAP Support to help us too.

Greetings!!

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  • Posted on Jun 26, 2014 at 03:52 PM

    I see 2 possible issue.

    1. SAP Business One 9 PL09 on Hana recomment to upgrade to PL08 on MSSQL before transfering the database to hana and upgrating it to PL09. but I think your real issue is point 2 :

    2. Business One PL09 have issue with udo and udf as you have found. SAP Released Hotfix 1 to address those issue. See notes 1993679 and 1988581.

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2014 at 01:37 PM

    There was no simple workaround. yet.

    I had to post a SAP Message and we are still waiting for an answer from SAP Support.

    hopefully they will be able to deliver a fix soon.

    Wil keep you updated.

    Kind Regards,

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