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message_type_x error when changing customer in VAP2

I get the following error when trying to change a contact in VAP2 on R/3

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Short text of error message:

Internal error - insert in sorted tabl ZADRT with <string>

Thought it might work if tried a second time but unfortunately again the message_type_X came to my screen.

Anyone any idea where the issue would be?

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    Posted on Apr 21, 2008 at 12:30 PM

    if possible please update your GUI version to latest

    these problems to an extent will be solved

    which version of r/3 you are using?

    what is your GUI version?

    Samrat

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      Samrat,

      Unfortunately this one has nothing to do with the GUI version

      We are using 7100.1.4.1029 build 930462 patchlevel 4

      It has to do with the contact person screen and the table ZADRT.

      when I look if the contact person is there it gives me that it is, but when I select it and want to see the information it comes with the message type x runtime error.

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    Posted on Apr 22, 2008 at 09:34 AM

    Some more information on how it is comming to the message type x:

    in transaction vpa2 we select a contactperson

    this contactperson has other contacts and when you select 2 of them you will get the message type x dump and on the others you'll get the information as it should be.

    When we create a new contact vpa3 to this contact we don't get the dump

    is it possible that the 2 numbers just are corrupt?

    we do see them in the knvk table

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