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"VALUE_CONTRADICTION" raised error when transfering BDOC from CRM to R/3

Hi ,

sysfail of Exception condition "VALUE_CONTRADICTION" raised..

This quote is trying to be passed from CRM into the R/3 system, but it

is stating a value contradiction error.

Any thoughts ?

Please advise .

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 09:37 PM

    Hi Teresa,

    Could you provide some more information i.e. wherefrom did you get the 'value contradiction' error log? From the BDoc data container or from the failed queue (inbound or outbound).

    From the limited info you have provide, it seems that the one of the fields in quote has got a invalid value, which is not recognised by R/3. Or this may due to one field value not getting converted to the correct R/3 value Or possibly a conversion has occured in R/3 and not being identified in CRM.

    Check these aspects please.

    Thanks,

    Surendar

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      In order to debug (outbound process for orders), you need to;

      1. Go to SMQR and De-Register all the queues.

      2. Change Quote and save.

      3. Goto SMW01. You shall find an unprocessed bdoc for this quote.

      4.) put /h to debug this.

      5.) click on reprocess. in debug mode, put a break point in function 'SMW3_FLOW_SERVICE_EXECUTE' & 'SMW3_OUTBOUNDADP_CALLADAPTERS' and 'CRM_UPLOAD_TO_OLTP'.

      5. Somewhere in CRM_UPLOAD_TO_OLTP, you should see the function 'BAPIproxy' to R/3. These are the function which uploads data to R/3.

      Hope it helps.

      Regards,

      Surendar

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