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A/P Invoice created from Approved Drafts, through DIAPI

Please I need help with this error.

I need create A/P Invoice from approved drafts with DIAPI.

There are no errors if the "A/P Invoice" is copy of "Purchase Order" or without base document. In this case the Invoice is created without problems.

But, if the invoice is copy of "Goods Receipt PO", it is not created and DIAPI retrieve an error:

"Field cannot be updated (ODBC -1029)"

is a bug in sdk?

Thanks a lot.

Please help.

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 03:10 PM

    Hello Norman,

    This sounds really like a bug which you should report to SAP Support... - sorry!

    ...but let me (and others) give you some advice how to be more sure in such conclusions:

    In such cases you should check:

    a) Does it work in the B1 GUI application?

    If yes, it's a bug (or limitation?) which you should raise to SAP Support.

    ...and of course it works... 😊

    b) If you are not sure about a) - or if there are problems too, but you still think it should work... you should check the DB documentation.

    In your case the information is more-or-less obvious (could surely be easier to find...) available as the "Constraints" for the field PCH1.BaseType...

    The DB documentation says that Purchase Orders + Goods Receipts POs (GRPO) as base types - and thus your problem is certainly a bug (but Support will do the final judgement).

    But you should make sure that the GRPO is OK - i.e. the lines you need are not closed etc., but I assume you checked all that a couple of times already.



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