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Active Version Activation of an external change list has caused a version conflict

Hello Guys,

I'm facing a problem when I try to activate a Receiver Determination in PI 7.02.

I can edit and save it. But when I try to activate it, the message is:

The following objects have previous versions that are no longer active:
Receiver Determination | SKIPR_nfeInutilizacaoNF_OB |
NFE_WAS_PIQ | * | *

Open these objects in the editor and perform a

conflict resolution

I saw so many threads here... I have trayed to re-import the object but it's not possivel to re-import it. The message is the same.

Could you please help me?

Thank you


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  • Posted on Aug 30, 2012 at 06:42 PM

    Why dont you delete the object and re-import the latest version?

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Luis,

      Thank you for your replay.

      I have already checked this note.

      The first Workaround, didnt work.

      Trying the second one, the basis told me that the names of the tables mentionated in the selects, dont exist in the DB. At least, it was what the server returned.


      I cant create another receiver determination with another interface name because this is part of SAP GRC NFe... so, all of the interfaces, are standard and I cant change its name.

      Thank you.

      Luciana R.

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