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Technical error (smw01): Initial Load Bupa Main CRM to CDB


The BUPA_MAIN messaging bdoc contains the following error in transaction

SMW01, in initial load CRM to CDB.

Technical error occured: Service , BDoc type CAPGEN_OBJ_WRITE, Message Creating realignment job in REALIGN queue failed.

Nº mensaje: SMW3019

Service that caused the error: BP_MAIN_CRM_TO_CDB

Nº mensaje: SMO8047

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2007 at 03:22 PM


    a possible reason might be the following:

    The service "BP_MAIN_CRM_TO_CDB" gives trouble because you are not using

    the mobile senarion but yet have the Objects Bupa_Main & Bupa_Rel etc

    active in the Mobile Bridge...

    Since you have these objects active in the Mobile Bridge the service is

    called onec a change etc is made to a BP or CP becuae the relevant

    objects are active in SMW3FDCUST.....

    They give the technical errros because they are called but have nowhere

    to flow to as you have not defined the CDB in SMOEAC....So, since you

    are not using the Mobile Senario there is no need for you to define the

    CDB in SMOEAC....Yet, the Mobile Bridge is active for BP's & CP's...

    So, when new BP's are created or changed the Mobile Bridge Service

    BP_MAIN_CRM_TO_CDB is called to transfer the info to the clients..

    through the CDB & Mob bridge

    The mobile bridge is delivered as active...

    So, by deactivating the entries for Bupa_Main, Bupa_Rel etc in the

    table SMW3FDCUST you stop the service from being called & hence the

    technical errors...

    Hopefully it's helpful. If yes please reward points! Regards, Gerhard

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2007 at 11:31 AM

    note 315222

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