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Initial load from R3 to CRM: SMQ2: Invalid partial field access: Length negative

Hi , dear friends,

I did the initial load for customising object from R3 to CRM today , all objects are loaded successfully expect DNL_CUST_BASIS5, In SMQ2 of CRM system, it says" SYSFAIL" and the detail status text is "Invalid partial field access: Length negative".

Could you give me some advice how to deal with the situation?

Thanks

Zhendong Tang

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2016 at 01:27 AM

    Hi Zhendong,

    The error is caused by the wrong RFC destination setting. Please follow the steps below.

    • Start Transaction SM59 'Display and maintain RFC destination' in the source system (R/3 back-end system).
    • For the destination of the CRM System check the setting under 'Special Options'. If the CRM System is a Unicode system (can be checked using button 'Unicode Test'), flag 'Unicode' must be set.

    Please see note 745020 for more information.

    Best regards,

    Julin Xin

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  • Posted on Oct 14, 2016 at 07:14 AM

    Hi Zhendong,

    You error is one of the symptoms described in note 777944. Can you check it's recommendations and see if that can help you?

    Kind regards,
    Garcia

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2016 at 04:44 PM

    In term of SAP notes, I have not the authority to access SAP SERVICE MARKET PLACE.

    it's very suffering thing when some friends told me I am supposed to refer to some Sap notes.

    thank you friends. I will try again according to you guys' suggestion.

    Best regards.

    Tang

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