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MEASUREM_DOCUM_RFC_SINGLE_001 returns TIMESTAMP_IN_FUTURE

Feb 27, 2017 at 11:55 PM

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I am calling MEASUREM_DOCUM_RFC_SINGLE_001 (from MII) with yesterday's date but the RFC returns the TIMESTAMP_IN_FUTURE error. The current date and time when I call the routine is 28.02.2017 10:50:00

Following is the html I use.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><MEASUREM_DOCUM_RFC_SINGLE_001 Description=""> <INPUT> <CHECK_CUSTOM_DUPREC/> <CODE_CATALOGUE/> <CODE_GROUP/> <CODE_VERSION/> <COMMIT_WORK>X</COMMIT_WORK> <CREATE_NOTIFICATION/> <DIFFERENCE_READING/> <LINEAR_DATA Description=""> <START_POINT/> <END_POINT/> <LINEAR_LENGTH/> <LINEAR_UNIT/> <FIRST_OFFSET_TYPE_CODE/> <FIRST_OFFSET_VALUE/> <FIRST_OFFSET_UNIT/> <SECOND_OFFSET_TYPE_CODE/> <SECOND_OFFSET_VALUE/> <SECOND_OFFSET_UNIT/> <MARKER_START_POINT/> <MARKER_DISTANCE_START_POINT/> <MARKER_END_POINT/> <MARKER_DISTANCE_END_POINT/> <MARKER_DISTANCE_UNIT/> </LINEAR_DATA> <MEASUREMENT_POINT>700602</MEASUREMENT_POINT> <NOTIFICATION_PRIO/> <NOTIFICATION_TYPE>M2</NOTIFICATION_TYPE> <ORIGIN_INDICATOR>A</ORIGIN_INDICATOR> <PREPARE_UPDATE>X</PREPARE_UPDATE> <READER>Neil</READER> <READING_AFTER_ACTION/> <READING_DATE>27.02.2017</READING_DATE> <READING_TIME>22:24:00</READING_TIME> <RECORDED_UNIT/> <RECORDED_VALUE>19.00</RECORDED_VALUE> <SECONDARY_INDEX/> <SHORT_TEXT>Z:777</SHORT_TEXT> <USER_DATA Description=""> <DUMMYFIELD/> </USER_DATA> <VALUATION_CODE/> <WAIT_AFTER_COMMIT>X</WAIT_AFTER_COMMIT> <WITH_DIALOG_SCREEN/> </INPUT> </MEASUREM_DOCUM_RFC_SINGLE_001>

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