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XML IDoc conversion: No known segments identified


I am facing an issue with one of the IDOCS ACCDOCUMENT03 , where one of the interfaces is running absolutely fine but the other is giving the following error :



<SAP:P1>XML IDoc conversion: No known segments identified</SAP:P1>

<SAP:P2 />

<SAP:P3 />

<SAP:P4 />

<SAP:AdditionalText />

<SAP:Stack>Error: XML IDoc conversion: No known segments identified</SAP:Stack>



I have gone through these blogs




and also checked the IDOC metadata , since its working fine for the other interfaces ,

I have tried to change the Trace level and even enable logging but I am unable to locate the error.

Any other suggestions apart from IDX2 check and the segment version of the IDOC ? as i havealreday verified these above but the error persists



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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 09:00 AM


    Could you please provide more information about the Configuration part of both the interfaces which are using the same Idoc.



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      is the same file is used as a single source of input for the two interfaces??

      Could you please try deactivate the interface which is working(I guess single idoc per line item) and execute the other interface which is having problem....multiple idocs per line item.

      Also, I suppose you would have changed the occurance of Idoc in Mapping?? R u using external message as Idoc structure??

      Please check if it is working or giving the same error.



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