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Bank details replication in BP with different role from CRM to ECC(FICA)

Hi Experts,

There is an issue we are facing while replicating bank details in BP from CRM to ECC.

BP is created in CRM with a custom role (The custom role is copied from the standard role "Sold to Party") and it is successfully replicated to ECC.

In ECC, Contract partner role (MKK) is assigned to the BP so that contract account can be created.

In this scenario, when bank details (IBAN) are updated in the BP in CRM, such bank information is not getting updated in the same BP in ECC side.

We have checked through T code SMW01 in CRM and it is showing an error "Validity of role MKK must not be restricted".

But if we check the validity of BP in MKK role in ECC, it is till 31.12.9999.

Bank details replication is working correctly if the BP is in the same role in both CRM and ECC.

Can someone please advise us as to what is causing this error? Is it due to the fact that role of the BP in CRM is different from the role in ECC?

Thanks in advance,


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  • Posted on Jan 13, 2015 at 03:17 PM

    Hello Anwesha

    You can check in your ERP system if there is an active function module that exists in your ERP system that does not exist in the CRM system.

    Execute transaction BUPA_EVENTS

    Select the line with event RLDEL, double click on 'Event->Function Modules' in the tree on left side.

    Item Fun.module name Call Appl.


    If so, you could temporarily uncheck the call field for this function module and retest the behavior while this FM is not called.


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