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Error in pulling customer master data from R/3 to CRM

Hi,

I am trying to pull customer data from R/3 to CRM with different SHIP-TO partner. In this case, the VAT REG. NO. is different from its country ISO code, so when i try to execute in tcode R3AR2 and R3AR4, I was encountered error message in tcode 'SMW01' saying "ISO CODE <code> IS NOT CORRECT IN THE VAT REGISTRATION NUMBER".

Is there anyone knows any recent updates from SAP that might solve this problem?

Please help.

Thanks.

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    Posted on Apr 16, 2010 at 01:22 PM

    Hello,

    it seems your customizing of ERP and CRM is different in this area.

    Please try a new initial load for all the customizing objects which may be responsible:

    DNL_CUST_BASIS

    DNL_CUST_BASIS2

    DNL_CUST_BASIS3

    DNL_CUST_BASIS5

    DNL_CUST_BASIS6

    DNL_CUST_BNKA

    DNL_CUST_KTOKD

    DNL_CUST_PRC

    DNL_CUST_PROD0

    DNL_CUST_PROD1

    DNL_CUST_PROD3

    DNL_CUST_SPROD

    DNL_CUST_TVAST

    DNL_CUST_TVFS

    DNL_CUST_TVKN

    DNL_CUST_TVLS

    We do every week a new load of this objects using a background job.

    Alternativly you could investigate which customizing object is the correct one and only load this.

    After this new load retest your scenario.

    Best regards

    Manfred

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      Hi Manfred,

      Could you please provide me any idea about the data you are providing? How may it helps with the issue.

      I have searched the objects you have given, I find out that it is an adapter objects. What is that for? How it works in CRM?

      Please help.

      Thanks a lot,

      Jejemon Jung

      Edited by: myndster on Apr 30, 2010 11:03 AM

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 10:15 AM

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