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Intercompany - Sales from Local Stock error on ExCurrency

Hello experts, the B1i Integration is failing between my sub and holding company with the following error: CServiceData::SetPropertyValue failed; Value must be numeric in property 'U_ExCurrency' of 'DocumentLine'

When I looked at the Failure XML from the log, it shows B1i tying to put a $ in the ExCurrency (U_ExCurrency) field. I have tried making this field Alphanumeric, text, numeric, amount and nothing seems to work.

I am using B1i 8.8.04 with both databases at 8.8 PL17.

I am entering a PO in the sub company, and within several seconds, the process log shows the error.

Anyone else run into this? Any suggestions?

Thank you.

Mike White

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  • Posted on Apr 18, 2011 at 02:55 PM

    Hello Mike,

    usually the UDF ExCurrency ( U_ExCurrency ) should be defined as alphanumeric field (length = 10, structure = regular).

    Please try to reset your UDF to an alphanumeric value (delete it and recreate it).

    The UDF is by the way no mandatory field for the integration process:

    The UDFs U_ExCurrency and U_ExPrice, are filled to inform the Sales Company for which price the subsidiary wants to buy. But the Price logic is done by the Sales Company without taking care of the price entered in the subsidiary's purchase order.

    If you don't need this additional information, please comment out the following part in the BIU biu.B1PO2B1DFT.xsl:

    ...
    <U_ExPrice>
              <xsl:value-of select="Price"/>
    </U_ExPrice>
    <U_ExCurrency>
              <xsl:value-of select="Currency"/>
    </U_ExCurrency>
    ...

    Best regards

    Bastian

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