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RuntimeException in Message-Mapping transformation

Hi Guys,

My scenario is IDoc to XI . We got runtime error "RuntimeException in Message-Mapping transformation".

I went to trace and checked up and then tested the mapping program with XML Source from payload Of Inbound Message.

Strange thing is I am not getting any error. Samething i tested for other msgs as well but received no errors.

After sometime, I tried to reprocess the error msg from sxmb_moni, but still I got the same error.

Finally again i retriggered the Idocs from source then all messages processed without any errors. I have not done anything in mapping.

if there is problem in mapping, it could have thrown the same error again.

wht could be the reason, why i got the errors even though there is no problem in mapping.

any help will be appreciated....



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  • Posted on Nov 14, 2007 at 08:51 PM


    Is it First time... if so might be due to Meta data.

    Shall I know whether you Re trigerred the IDOC by Tcode we19.


    Agasthuri Doss

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    • Former Member Agasthuri Doss

      Hi Doss,

      Today also got the same error "RuntimeException in Message-Mapping transformation" for other interface. Here scenario is IDoc to file.

      I checked and there is no problem in mapping.

      All these interfaces were running since few months, and no issues.

      As u said Delete the IDoc meta data and importing again cann't be done for every interface.

      Plz let me know wht else can be done to prevent this problem again and again.



  • Posted on Nov 15, 2007 at 09:11 PM

    Must be a one time JCO error.

    When restarting this message, try to icnremement the Trace Level.. this mostly clears the message!



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