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Unable to interpret 20003000.2>0 as a number

Hi Experts,

I am uploading materials in the ECC system using a Z program by uploading a text file containg the maerials and details. These materials should be getting replicated to CRM. However, I saw that some materials are throwing an error "Unable to interpret 20003000.2>0 as a number" in the CRM system. However, I cannot see any such number in the text file. After debugging I could see that for one particular line in a variable , 20003000.2>00020002000.2000.0(gv_cursor-length) to pc_data. in this case, the GV_CURSOR-LENGTH is 12 and the value moved to pc_data becomes 20003000.2>0 is not recognised as a number.

The name of the runtime error is "CONVT_NO_NUMBER". The part of the code where the error appears in include LCXMP_UCF01 is:

form xml_r3a_map_packed using pi_tag type ty_xmltagopt
changing pc_data type p
value(po_status) like sy-subrc.
* IF ( pi_tag-length = 0 ).
move <gxml>(gv_cursor-length) to pc_data. ---------------->this is the point where the error occurs
clear po_status.
* po_status = gc_status_len0.

Has anybody come across such a problem with the GXML data before?

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  • Posted on Apr 24, 2012 at 05:23 PM

    Hi Madhu,

    We have once encountered the same issue.

    Instead of IF ( pi_tag-length = 0 ) Use IF pi_tag-length is Initial.

    Hope it works.

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