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GRN MADE FOR ASN ARE NOT MOVING TO SUS PORTAL.

Hi All,

During the posting of Grn made for material based on ASN are not moving to Vendor SUS Portal from MM to SUS.It is giving the following error message.

<SAP:Stack>Error during proxy processing An exception with the type CX_BBPX1_STD_MESSAGE_FAULT occurred, but was neither handled locally, nor declared in a RAISING clause Application Error</SAP:Stack>

  • <FAULT_TEXT>An error occured within an XI interface: The reference to a source object via the object number is different than the reference via the GUID Programm: SAPLBBP_BD_API; Include: LBBP_BD_APIF39; Line: 175</FAULT_TEXT> *

It is giving error in XI.

Pls check and revert.

Regads,

Nagaraj S

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Edited by: Nagaraj S on Dec 18, 2008 5:50 AM

Edited by: Nagaraj S on Dec 18, 2008 5:52 AM

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 06:05 AM

    Hi Nagraj,

    After creation of GR with ref ASN in ECC then you have to run the program RPPODELVRY. After executing this report still you can not see GRN in SUS then please check http connection between from XI to SUS. Hope you configured this scenario also in your XI settings?

    Thanks

    Ravi

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