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Error when running DS 0CRM_SALES_ACT_1 in RSA3

When running 0CRM_SALES_ACT_1 in RSA3 for more than thousand records, I get the following error, "You are not a participant in the private activity" with message no. CRM_ORDER027. I have not seen this error before. Is this is a security issue or config change?

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    Posted on May 18, 2011 at 01:04 PM

    Hello akkinair,

    I have a very similar error when I try to reinitialize delta for this datasource - the process stops after a few hours with this error message. have you found any solution to this?

    Best regards,

    Alek

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 09:37 AM

    Please apply note 701575 if it does not exist in your system.

    Extraction should not be stopped by termination caused by partner or address error.

    Best Regards,

    York

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      Actually, we have solved the issue another way. We managed to debug the data extraction and pinpoint an activity that actually had a "private" marker set in CRM. This means that the function modules for this extractor cannot extract that activity as it would require aleremote (or whichever rfc user you're using) to be the participant of that particular activity.

      Our solution was to remove that marker - it had to be done by the creator of that activity - in CRM, and then the extraxction went smoothly.

      If you cannot do it (remove the "private" marker), you could enhance the extractor and exclude in it those acitivites that have the private setting - it should also work.

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