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Integration Process w/ return code 99

Have a very weird situation with an integration process. In our development environment, in SXI_CACHE, it returns a return code of 99 signalling some type of error. The weird problem is that the process works just fine. It's an IDOC to flat file scenario and the flat file gets generated each time perfectly. This is with the process status of 99 in SXI_CACHE.

However, when the process is moved to QA, it does not work at all. The messages get stuck in SXMB_MONI with message "message has error on outbd. side". When I click on the PE to view the error, it appears the workflow behind the process is defined incorrectly becasuse in the event trace I see:

<b>Workflow definition of task 'WS90100009' cannot be activated.</b>

The reason for this error is

<b>Container element '_CRL_I001ZMTRLNO_0025' not available</b>

What is killing me is that this same error occurs in our development environment, yet the process still works fine.

Can someone possible explain what the container error might mean and how to fix? The workflow never gets kicked off because the definition is not active.


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    Posted on Dec 29, 2006 at 07:44 PM

    Hi James,

    Pls do try the following SAP notes.

    0000816430 BPE-TS: SXI_CACHE shows returncode 99

    0000901366 BPE-RUN: Incorrect version when activating processes

    0000910437 BPE-RUN: XI cache always activates Version 0000.

    This should help you.



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  • Posted on Dec 29, 2006 at 08:08 PM


    As mentioned, try to activate the BPM in the Dev box in SXI_CACHE and make the active runtime version 0. Then transport it.

    You can check this blog on how to activate etc-




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