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Infostructure Update gets cancelled even when faulty documents allowed

When I run transaction OLI7 to run statistical setup from old documents:orders, the job ( RMCVNEUA) gets cancelled after the first faulty document.

I already set 9999999 as the number of tolerated faulty documents but still its getting cancelled.

But if I just run transaction OLI9 which is the same thing as OLI7 but for invoices, it does not get cancelled even after finding faulty documents.

I need to run OLI7, OLI8 and OLI9 since the infostructure has data on sales and deliveries.

Thank you, Regards,

Carlos

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 03:43 PM

    Are you sure it gets cancelled just because of one faulty document? Maybe it gets cancelled for a completely different reason? What message are you getting?

    If indeed you set tolerance level high and it gets cancelled after the first faulty document (as confirmed by the message stating that it's cancelled due to running over tolerance limit), then it should be sent to SAP.

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      Thank you Jelena,

      This a copy of the log I get:

      Job started 00 516

      Step 001 started (program RMCVNEUA, variant &0000000000017, user ID JCSALAZAR) 00 550

      You are writing in the actual data M2 221

      Start of order processing M2 228

      Internal unit CDM, language EN is not maintained BM 302

      Internal unit 4G, language EN is not maintained BM 302

      Error converting quantity: unit ****** numerator 0 denominator 0 (doc. 1000005124) M2 811

      Job cancelled 00 518

      I would send ticket to SAP.

      Regards,

      Carlos

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