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problem in product creation via IDOC CRMXIF_PRODUCT_SAVE

Hello,

For our Product migration, we are trying to use LSMW, by IDOC, using Message Type CRMXIF_PRODUCT_SAVE, and IDOC Type CRMXIF_PRODUCT_SAVE01. However, each IDOC fails with the same errors each time, which are:

- Data cannot be maintained for set type COMM_PR_SHTEXT

- Data cannot be maintained for set type COMM_PR_UNIT

- Assign a base category to the product

- Error status 'A' calling validation service

- Validation error occurred: Module COM_PRODUCT_MAT_VALIDATE , BDoc type P

I searched alot and found no sure solution... the hierachy/category I created is specific, and I see no SAP standard hierachies/categories containing these set types COMM_PR_SHTEXT and COMM_PR_UNIT.

Furthermore, I dont see these set types in the list when I try to add them to my specific category. Are they truely standard SAP set types??

If so, how do I get around these IDOC errors and post successfully the IDOC/product creation??

Thanks,

Tim

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    Aug 21, 2007 at 03:24 PM

    Dear Tim,

    Please check if the settypes COMM_PR_UNIT and COMM_PR_SHTEXT are

    assigned to the mentioned category in transaction COMM_HIERARCHY.

    Settype COMM_PR_SHTEXT contains the description of the product.

    You want to maintain the UOM and this is stored in settype

    COMM_PR_UNIT and the settype will also be recommended.

    Additionally, please ensure that you have added a default category

    in the customizing: Path: spro > EPB professionel > SRM Server >

    Master Data > Content Management > Define Mapping for Product Categories

    Hope this information is helpful. Please reward points!

    Gerhard

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    • Former Member

      Yes it was just the customizing you mentioned... and with SPRO, I didnt see the path, but from another CRM customizing help I found the link to it... anyway, thanks!